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Cook Islands: Clear water diving

Posted by daveb on June 8th, 2009

As you know, Squiffy and I are partial to a scuba dive or two. Especially when the visibility is over twenty-five metres as it is here in Rarotonga. Just look at the visibility in the photos below! (Apologies to the non-divers amongst us; take it from me, the water was really clear.)

Better still, we finally managed to get our picture taken with a turtle!

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Time: December 22, 2015, 4:50 pm

Hi Sarah Ian & baby Alistair,Thank you for making us feel so wmlcoee on your camp-site. We found it to be very well laid out with good size pitches, (I particularly like the sweet-pea flowers in the toilet). The views were fantastic and Becky really enjoyed the rope swing and visiting the goats. We visited Cheddar Gorge which was very interesting. We had a very relaxing 2 days before going on to Cornwall. Hope to visit you again soon.

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