Wow Laura, truly looks amazing. I've swam with fish in the Great Barrier Reef and Lord Howe Island but I don't remember it being quite so clear and translucent. Plus, I actually get a teeny but panicky and breathless because it is something just that little bit unknown. Those meringues looked yummy yesterday! Alison xxx
Alison this was all done snorkelling - no diving. Aitutaki is so unspoiled. It's chrystal clear.OMG those meringues - they were huge and Lloyd and I ate them all! I felt sick but it was so worth it!
yep, that's what I said when I first jumped in!
That is SO amazing! Living in landlocked Montana, in the middle of prairie grasslands, I cannot even imagine such a thing. I bet it is out of this world amazing each and every time. Thanks for sharing the video.
It never gets old, put it that way. Every day of the holiday we were in the water with masks ans snorkels! Amazing.
Oh, and do you know the names of the different fish? I was just wondering if that was common knowledge for such aquatic people as yourselves. I know almost nothing about fish.
I know a lot of them, but couldn't begin to name them all! My all time favourites are the black and yellow and white ones ( at the end of the vid)they're Moorish idols, the yellow ones that there's millions of are butterfly fish, there's lagoon ( picasso) trigger fish, a few different kinds of wrasse, the huge ones are giant trevally, banner fish,we saw a turtle,
Lovely video, wow those fish are so colourful, thanks for sharing :-) Bridget
they were even more colourful in real life. it was amazing!
I love it when you leave me comments, it lets me know there are folk out there reading my ramblings! Thank you, I appreciate them loads and loadsLaura x