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Manta Rays Dolphins and a whale

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Re: Manta Rays Dolphins and a whale

Nice to see

I'm certainly in envy of your trip and the places you are seeing

I'd love to see a Manta in real life

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Re: Manta Rays Dolphins and a whale

Looks like the trip of a lifetime.... extremely jealous of the manta encounter!
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Re: Manta Rays Dolphins and a whale

Yes swimming with dolphins is an extraordinary experience. The Manta was a bonus. They do night swims with Manta's, tho' not always successful.

Sea is warm, and supportive, so easy to stay in and afloat for some time.

Also saw a turtle on the bottom of the sea, about 10 metres down....

Amazing experience............
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Fantastic experience.
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Re: Manta Rays Dolphins and a whale

Beautifully shot Mark with your action camera? Happy New Year to you both. I only once swam with wild dolphins and that was off the South Africa coast with a group of 12. I had gone in for a quick dip and without warning they suddenly appeared around me doing their aquatic moves. I continue to practice with the EM1, am travelling with just an iPhone and have not managed to do any post editing. Last week we camped out in the bush in Laikipia, Kenya and now we are at the coast for 2 weeks 60 miles east of Mombasa.

I am looking forward to seeing more of your videos, thank you very much for sharing.
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