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December 13th 2010
Published: December 23rd 2010
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More sealions (pretty much everyone's favourite), flamingoes, hermit crabs, marine iguanas and so much more. Next day before we farewelled our first lot of shipmates we visited Black Turtle Cove where we saw so many sea turtles (mostly getting it on) giant sting rays, white tip sharks and enjoyed the peace of the mangroves. That afternoon we visited Seymour Island with our new group and nesting albatross as well as more boobies, sealions (of course), tropic birds, iguanas, swallowtail gulls, frigate birds nesting and so much (guide reminding us 'you can always see more at Seymour' - so you can imagine he and Wayne shared a similar sense of humour with people often not knowing when to take him seriously and we all got on really well).

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they make up the room every time we leave the boat. Maricella, the head housekeeper made Wayne a friend.

look closer- this is not just a pile of volcanic rock...

23rd December 2010

Hope you get this lots of love and cuddles for xmass don't forget to put up your stockings LoveXXXXX pop mum

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