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Underwater in Roatan

Tropical the island breeze...

sunny 31 °C
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Quick update on the last few days: diving diving and chilling out. The diving so far is decent, although the reef has taken a beating since we were last here. Lots of turtles, big groupers and morays to make up for it though.


We dive in the morning, and then we have a few drinks or nap in the afternoon - diving is tiring!

Alan is getting used to the camera, and for a few days he has been focused on macro - there are lots of strange little critters underwater here to take snaps of. Here are a few examples:




Its still hot here, but we are getting used to it (more or less). The good thing is, that the season is starting to slow down, which means fewer drunks, and smaller dive groups. Smaller dive groups = more fish. We are still diving with some great people though :)

Posted by monkyhands 21:13 Archived in Honduras

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Hi Campers, you will be pleased to know that for the last week I have been wetter than you each and every day, the rain has fallen here almost constantly, although I did see the sun the other day (allbeit) in a castaway film lol. Keep having fun and dont do owt I wouldiny do.
take care

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