We woke up to a beautiful sunrise on April 20th and were in the water by 7am! The water was beautiful, and visibility was particularly good! One group spent a wonderful 10 minutes with a hungry turtle munching on some coral. If was certainly not shy and did not mind divers around it!
We were lucky not to face any current and the water was very calm, allowing us to dedicate our time underwater to admiring the wonderful corals, schools of trevallies, barracudas, and fusiliers.
We also visited our regular friend the giant frog fish who was not in his usual spot but on a new rock this time. The harlequin shrimps were also there, and we were delighted to see that the pair had a tiny cute little baby, and we also spotted the baby seahorse which we had found on our last trip!
On the last dive of the day, some of our experienced divers decided to go diving without a wetsuit. Some say naked diving is a rite of passage for someone’s 100th dive, but who said we need an excuse for having fun? A word of advice for those wanting to try this: daytime is probably warmer than evening, and stay away from the thermocline 😊