Return to Le Trou

After our time in the bat cave, we were united in our desire to have a swim, so we headed to Le Trou de David, which was nearby. It was late afternoon by then, and the iguanas had congregated on the cliff to warm themselves under the setting sun. We headed into the water, exploring the varied canyons and cave entrances near Le Trou de David. A couple small turtles were spotted, or perhaps the same one was spotted by separate groups. Large schools of small, silvery fish filled the basin of the hole, and there were schools of glassy sweepers in many of the caves and crevices. After a last look around the cliffs, we headed back to Grand Case to celebrate our expedition.

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