Our final dives in
Molokai today and, like the others here, easy and pleasant. The same boat, crew and even a repeat of sites
we’d visited earlier this week. Small
craft advisories and heavy winds had me a bit nervous about the boat ride to
the dive site, but along the south shore things were quite calm.
galore around here, especially near their ‘cleaning station,’ but also a
spotted ray, a little eel hiding in the coral, and a conch (not a conch, but a
member of that family) shell re-inhabited by a sea slug.
The winning experience of the day, certainly the week, and perhaps the mo...
this place seems super-relaxing. The
place we’re staying is spacious, airy, and quiet. After a great night’s sleep we were up and at
‘em for a 6:15 departure/drive to the harbor.
It turns out we were one of three cars leaving this apt complex at that
time. A very pleasant drive allowed us
to chat over coffee while in the sparsely travelled road at that hour—or any
hour, it turns out.
Molokai Fish and
Dive is the only game in town, we learned.
They had two boats going out; one for whale watching, and one for
snorkelers and divers. We were eight
divers with two lovely dive guides, and I’m not sure how many snorkelers were
watched by the boat’s captain.
This was a maiden open
water voyage for a piece of equipment I recently purchased...