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Now that one certainly looks in pain.

Throw it! Please throw my stick! I'd rather fetch old dead fish, but the stick will do.

Heated sand sounded like a real waste until I clicked and saw where. Yep, close call there too! Loftleider Hotel, at the old airport, had those single handle showers but the hot water came first. Like a fool I got into the shower and twisted the handle, standing back because I HATE cold water. Good thing! There was an explosive crackling and popping and then a burst of steam and then the jet of volcanic water, probably from some big tanks up on the nearby hill that always steamed. They could have served me with the lobster down with the pickled herring if I'd been under that thing!

Yeah, that was one of my "longest" swims. Since you've been there you will understand that the water is very clear and in most places beautiful. Here it was very much not because the bottom was 90-95% grass covered and the look of the water was dark though once in crystal clear. It was gloomy, tall grass gently waving, little patches of coral sand with a few fist or double fist sized clams lying about and not a thing else, hardly a fish in sight, a few gobies in the sand patches largely. I don't usually get the creeps in water but that was creepy. The other guy had done lots of diving in Okinawa and was really freaked out by sea snakes. I'd have enjoyed a sea snake sighting.

You are right, Paolo, and people even use these garbage pails.

hat jetzt gerad nix mir Baggern zu tun, aber kuck doch bloß mal, wenn du wieder was klicken kannst. Diese Peruaner! Das nenn ich mal eine Werbekampagne. Ich lach mich schlapp.

Los comecaca

Traumhaft schön,Like 6,Fav.5 ,liebe Grüße KURT

Sehr schöner Schnappschuss,Like 3 ,liebe Grüße KURT

Nice scene. Like. Greetings, Carles

Dank dir, Jef Doro!

Thank you Nenad for your nice comment, the L and the Fav,
Kind greetings, Everharda

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