|A BIG Puffer!|
There were only two Swedish girls and I on the boat, and we saw no other divers under water. The sun was shining and added good color and light to the scene.
|the small is "normal"|
Before turning at the point of the reef, we were circled in by a school of barracudas. They are graceful and elegant, among the fastest in the neighborhood. We then floated over a landscape of corals and abundant fish life before returning.
|A find school of Barracudas. Checking us out.|
The deep blue stretched to all sides, but Muhamed knew the way. All in all a great guy, who took just as much care as he had to, to keep us under control. The least experienced of the girls was led to the boat finishing her dive while Hanna and I could have some more time around the boat, where fish just crowded the place.
|It is important not only to look for fish, the corrals are awesome!.|
I jumped in again, only in my swimwear, just to have the "nude" feeling. Wonderful.
I look forward to returning to this sea, maybe on a liveaboard next time.
On the two last photos you see todays Masked Puffer and a small red fish that was previously a female! He now has a harem of dozens of orange females, of which he was the mightiest one when the former male died. What a world!
Welcome to Egypt!