Snorkeling at the Battlefield



Dear Diary

In the morning there was a breakfast made of fruits, mainly papaya, mango, pineapple and pomelo. Strengthened it went back to sea. We also fished there ourselves.

Every now and then someone would hook a tuna, which was immediately filleted by Romy and presented to us with soy sauce and wasabi as the freshest sashimi there is.



Needing diving equipment. During the Second World War several Japanese ships were sunk by the Americans here.

Now the warships served a much better purpose as the nursery for marine life.



In between you stopped at rocks that you could climb on and from which the brave jumped back down into the water.

In between you stopped at rocks that you could climb on and from which the brave jumped back down into the water.



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