Our third day was another relaxing lazy day for me. We got up and had breakfast then went to go back to our room, but they were cleaning so we hung out at the end of the pier until they were done. It wasn't windy so you could see all the fishes along the walkway!
So many fishes! And so pretty!
It might be hard to see (I think if you click the photo you will get a larger version), but there are lots of tiny black and white striped fish in the coral there. They were so tiny!
The end of the pier
The island from the pier - it was really small
Trying to get the difference between with and without my sunglasses...
We got back to the room and Raymond went snorkeling while I swam in out little pool!
His goggles kept fogging up so I searched for how to make it so they didn't. Ended up cleaning them with some toothpaste and that worked perfectly!
Here is a video from Raymond's time snorkeling - if you want read time photos as we travel you can follow him
I could spy on the fishes from the pool
There were lots of fish by the steps into the water so I went down and actually put my hand in the water to try and take photos of them!
Didn't get them most of the time...
...but occasionally caught one!
Just putting my hand in the water when they were swimming right there (and the black, white, yellow ones would come up towards my hand) was a big step for me!
We swam/snorkeled until lunchtime. Some asparagus thing for Raymond
And a salad for me to start
Smoked artichoke soup - delicious! The soups were always amazing
Pasta with red sauce for me
And cheesy risotto for Raymond
Afterwards we had some drinks in the bar
And watched the fish outside
Then back to the room for more snorkeling/swimming! Raymond took lots of videos of the fish while snorkeling, but I don't know what he is going to do with them.
And a bit of reading in the pool
Sun going behind the clouds
Dinner was a green bean pomegranate other veggie starter salad
Bread with oil and yummy spices to dip them in
And mushroom ravioli. Delicious! But so much food!
Then back to the room for the night. It was so nice to not have anything to do all day except relax! I miss the Maldives!