Before i even start with this post: Thank you to everbody crazy enough about diving to read our BLOG on Christmas day. We hope you all have a good time where ever you are – even if there is no Muck diving around.
But back to the post: Of course we don’t have snow here in Lembeh and also no real Christmas Trees. But North Sulawesi is still a strongly Christian region and Christmas is very very important to the people here. So even if you don’t want: these days you hear Christmas songs all the time. Having these melodies constantly in my head since a month (or more) i knew straight away that i found the perfect shot for my Christmas BLOG Post when i saw this goby sitting on the cover of a old generator on NAD Housereef. As if he knew it, he posed exactly on the one spot, where you could still read the print that says “silent”.
And actually: Here at NAD Lembeh it is really gonna be a “Silent Night” as most divers checked out yesterday. We only have 3 guest left and are getting full again from tomorrow on. So we whish everyone a “Merry Christmas” and say good bye with a little Christmas present for all our BLOG readers: A picture of a Soft Coral Shrimp – such a beautiful shrimp … found at Pante Parigi by our Guide Joni.
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Simon · December 25, 2011 at 6:53 am
Merry Christmas to all the staff! I will tell them to keep playing the Christmas music until I return!
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