10 Day Travel Photo Challenge – Day 7

Welcome to Day 7 of this 10 Day Travel Photo Challenge!

My Dusty Flip-Flops has nominated me for this challenge, thank you my friend!

My Dusty Flip-Flops and I have been following each other’s blog adventures here on WordPress since 2017. It’s always nice to reconnect! 

The 10 Day Travel Photo Challenge: post one photo for 10 days with no explanation and nominate another blogger each day to do the same…simple! 

I have over 15,000 pictures of travel! I am rather excited to scroll through them in search of favorites for this challenge!

Today, Day 7– I nominate Ioana, author of smileyioana. Ioana has visited over 50 countries and shares her love of travel via her beautiful blog!

There is absolutely no pressure to take part, if you don’t fancy it, no worries. If you do participate, please can you link back to me. 

Here’s to our love of travel!

S, 🇲🇻

June, 2019 - Maldives, Kandooma Fushi Island, South Malé Atoll - Snorkeling with Nurse Sharks

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19 Comments Add yours

  1. Oh.my.god. One, this is an amazing photo!! Two, were you diving with sharks??

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    1. Snorkeling with the nurse sharks. It was AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!! They were so close at times, I could have touched them. But, of course, that wasn’t allowed. 🦈🦈🦈

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      1. What a fantastic experience!! I’ve only every swum with dolphins…I’m not sure how I would have felt if a shark had turned up to that haha!!

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      2. Dolphins! Where did you have that amazing experience? I swam with dolphins over 20 years ago in Cuba! I traded packs of cigarettes to hang out at a “tourist” marina (that was in total disrepair) and had fun swimming with “Junior”, the dolphin. I was surprised at his power as he pushed his snout into the sole of my foot to push me forward, through the water or holding his dorsal fin as he pulled me along! Later, I was allowed to try tricks – Junior would swim up underneath me – place his nose onto the sole of my foot and then push me straight up into the air, onto the dock! Needless to say, that took some practice!!!

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      3. Wow!! Now that’s an experience! And Cuba? How fantastic!! It sounds like you had a great time there 🙂 I swam with dolphins at Kaikoura in New Zealand. We did a trip out to sea where there was a huge pod of, I think they were dusky dolphins. It was winter though and I had borrowed a wetsuit which didn’t fit properly. When I jumped in the sea, it was so cold I was quite disorientated. But then I looked under the water and there were dolphins everywhere, swimming around and amongst us. It was amazing…but the main thing I remember is the cold unfortunately!! We also did whale watching there which was fantastic! I had never seen whales before that trip and we saw so many that day..and the dolphins came back to play with the boat, it was quite emotional!

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      4. Your experience swimming with dolphins sounds incredible!!!!!!!! Emotional is a wonderful way to describe your day! There is something so awe inspiring when seeing these vulnerable, highly intelligent, beautiful mammals – who represent everything that is fantastic about the ocean! 🐬🐬🐋🐋

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      5. That is so true! I have been lucky enough to see dolphins (from a boat) quite a few times and they get me every time!! I would love to do more whale watching though and I’d love to see orcas in the wild. We missed a pod by a few hours when we were in New Zealand, they were moving down the coast and we were going in the opposite direction. One day it will happen though!! 🙂

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      6. That is what makes travel so exciting, is that one day it will happen!!!!!!! 🎉🎉🎉

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      7. Thank you, again, for nominating me for the 10 Day Photo Challenge! I really enjoyed it!!!!!

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      8. Ah it’s my pleasure 🙂 I’m glad you enjoyed it, I did too, it was really good fun to take part… I might resurrect it at some point in the future and do it again!

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      9. If you do resurrect, include me! I’d love to do this again. I’ve so many pictures, so many memories. I truly enjoyed revisiting them, during these COVID days….. 💛🎉🌻

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      10. I most definitely will, that’s a promise 🙂 It’s definitely a comfort to revisit our past travels isn’t it.

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      11. Sure is!!!! 😀😀😀

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  2. Nuno França says:

    Wonderful moment!
    THis is incredible!
    I already dove, but I hope one day to have that opportunity, with sharks! ahaha

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    1. Thank you!!!! You will love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🦈

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      1. Nuno França says:

        For sure!! 😀

        New photos on the challenge. 😀

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      2. Awesome! I’ll check them out!! 😃

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  3. mama says:

    This picture is why I have grey hair 👵🏻 ( smile ) ….seeing pictures of Stephanie in the water with sharks…😳🦈…

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    1. Haha!!!! More grey hairs to come, mama! Life is always an adventure!!! 😃😃😃

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