snorkel

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There is more to Tortuga Bay than iguanas (as our previous post may have suggested). Our primary reason for visiting this beach was to go snorkelling. We bought a cheap disposable underwater camera but, alas, it broke. It was Mina's first time snorkelling and she is a wimp, afraid of even the smallest fish. This was one of the best days on our trip and it only cost about $10 ( $5 for the snorkel and $5 for water and snacks). A beautiful sunset ended a beautiful day and we ran 'home' before it got too dark. - Alex


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  1. so ridiculously amazing!!!

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  2. that first shot is breathtaking...

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  3. This looks so beautiful. I'm jealous you're in Africa now. I only had a layover in South Africa on our way to Kenya. If you get a chance to Kenya, Mombasa is amazing. Have fun!

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  4. Gorgeous pictures! What an amazing experience.

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  5. Oh. My! thats all i can say! LOVELY!

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  6. ohhhh my gosh! this is breath taking! very very very jealous. One day i'll be able to travel with dexter. one day.... haha

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  7. Whoa, looks very cool.

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  8. This looks beautiful! I love cheap travel days! So satisfying...

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  9. I'm with Mina on this one. I went snorkeling once off the Florida Coast, and it was the most terrifying experience of my life. Barracudas aren't the best fish at making you feel welcome in their ocean.

    Beautiful pictures...as always. Thanks for sharing your adventures.

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  10. holy crap that is amazingly gorgeous. really breathtaking. i am jealous!

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  11. Ah! That's a great deal. I love sightseeing for a cheap price. What a perfect day.

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  12. I can't even believe how clear the water is there. That is amazing, and for so cheap.

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  13. yaaay, another travel-blog! yours is soo much more exciting tho! i cant believe you gave up everything to run away and see the world!!!

    love it!!

    http://www.bikinisandpassports.blogspot.com

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