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That's right! I'm a lucky girl. I saw a mola-mola again today, at Crystal Bay. This morning, visibility was excellent and there was not much current, both for this first dive, and for the second one, at Toyah Pakeh Bay.
Besides my new friend the mola-mola, I had today, in the absence of strong current, all the leisure to photograph some other interesting bugs.
The unloved moray eels, which I like very much, win the (diving) prize: the most beautiful of the day are a white spotted moray and a blue ribbon moray.
I also met some nice nudis along the way, as well as the usual fauna of parrot-fish, angelfish, butterflies, groupers, etc., as well as some nice cleaner shrimps and a tiny red crab hidden in a gorgonian.
A white tip shark even showed up a little far away, in the blue... Another beautiful day!