Snorkeling Molly Smith Point

After my morning excursion, I decided to try snorkeling the west end of Grand Case Bay near Molly Smith Point. By the afternoon, the wind and waves had picked up, making for tricky snorkeling and low visibility. I did explore a little, though. The underwater topography consisted of numerous sandy valleys between rock outcrops providing plenty of hiding places for fish. The area was not dense with life, but did feature a decent variety of corals. I would say it is worth further exploration on a calmer day.

On the way back I took some photos of the cemetary, the remains of Sebastiano (presumably an Italian restaurant) and a shot of the sea and a dog (a sea dog, I suppose) seen through the remains of an abandoned shack.

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