Another day with north wind, so we couldn’t go to Manta Point(/ω＼) It’s not far away but the sea is so rough!
However, Yonehara is still sheltered(≧▽≦) So we went for two dives there, one on the west side and one on the south side♪♪
The soft corals were looking healthy and swayed with the slight current.
In other places, we have fields of branch corals and hard corals. The two dive sites are very close, but the landscape is surprisingly different(^ω^)
We found lots of small shrimps today too☆ Below is an emperor shrimp♪♪
And here an Anemone Partner Shrimp. I often put pictures of it on the blog. Usually, many of them live on the same coral so if you find one you can find more there☆
Tomorrow we’re off for Discover Scuba Diving♪ I hope we can have relaxed time＼(^o^)／
Another day underwater with our divers from yesterday♪ We still have a bit of swell so we went diving at sheltered Yonehara again for our first dive☆
Today we went to Yonehara south side ＼(^o^)／ There are many corals in this area too, and lots of my favorites — shrimps(≧▽≦) Like this Squat shrimp that look like its dancing when shaking its little tail…
…and below, a Whip coral shrimp. This one is still very small and got entangled with some debris(;^ω^)
You can find the Christmas tree worms in many places♪ There are many varieties and colors, very picture friendly!
I also found a Bubble coral shrimp for the first time in a long time＼(^o^)／ Last year, there were more Bubble corals around but this year there are a lot less(/ω＼)
At Manta Scramble, we had a festival of mantas today!☆ As soon as we arrived at the cleaning station two of them were circling round and round♪
After a while, we also saw mantas at another cleaning station. I was actually on the way to look for turtles, but before we got there many mantas started circling, we saw a total of 6 them♪(≧▽≦) It’s been a long time since I saw this many at one time! I was so happy☆☆
I hope we can continue to see more and more mantas at the cleaning station from now on♪