As you know we are closed for November but we knew you would be suffering withdrawal if we didnt keep some diving news and Koh Tao pictures floating your way. If you peruse our blog at your desk at work to keep the blues at bay you might even find that winter is drawing closer, its getting darker earlier and certainly lot colder – so how could we stop sending diving sunshine through our blog? That wouldn’t be fair! So here’s a series of posts to wrap up the year and give you a flavour of the best of the diving from each month passed –
During January the water returned to blue ..
And there were plenty of fishie friends around too..
We found a whip coral shrimp…which are not only rare but hard to spot…
We love file fish too and had the pleasure of their company on dives around Koh Tao.
And the first of the wicked nudis made their appearance too.
Chumphon Pinnacle cleared up nicely and we were treated to a great display.
Similarly the yellow tailed barracuda were out in force at Japanese Gardens.
And the best bit of the best bits … this seahorse at Mango Bay!