Dolphin encounter.

Remember my post delighted by dolphins?

I’m still in awe of these beautiful creatures and how lucky we were to engage in some playtime with them before they went on their way. While we were on anchor I didn’t have very good Internet and so I was unable to share the photos that we managed to capture with the fancy camera.

So today it’s such a pleasure to be able to show you just how beautiful they are.

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Mum had never seen them in the wild either, she was grinning like a Cheshire Cat!

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I wanted to get as close as possible to them without actually getting in!

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I think it’s pawesome how they can swim so perfectly synchronised.

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Bisous Bailey

Comments

  1. How lucky were you Bailey!

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  2. Such a lovely sight. Pawsome indeed.

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  3. Lakshmi Loves To Shop says:

    How wonderful 🙂

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  4. Bailey you and your Mum and Dad were so lucky to see the dolphins up close! My parents have seen them in aquariums but never “in person”……you all had a wonderful time on your holiday didn’t you………!

    Kitty Hugs, Sammy

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  5. It’s so great that you all got to see them and you didn’t go in with them, lol. Great pictures!

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  6. Amazing Bailey,we have seen them out on the sea around the coral sea area,they chased the boat,we have also seen the whales and their babies up close! they are hugggggge 🙂 when we went to the Great Barrier reef we scuba dived ans saw amazing sea creatures (turtles too!) and our maori wrasse fish is very very big..and Bailey he has big blue lips! they call him the labrador of the sea,very curious and freindly..get mum to have a look on her computer for a picture you would love it 🙂 happy sails to you xx

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    • Oh wow! I would LOVE to see whales! But not too close to the boat. My day’s Australian, I hope we can sail there one day! The Maori fish is pawesome! I’d love to have him do a little dance on the boat! =^.^=

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      • Hehe Bailey those whales are big!! even the babies 🙂 It would be a big trip to sail to Australia but it would be an adventure of a lifetime! And the Maori Wrasse..well he would get your boat rocking for sure..with his big blue lips smiling at you 🙂 i will post some reef pictures when i can find them for you..especially..well you are after all almost an Aussie 🙂

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  7. Beautiful creatures, so completely free 😀

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  8. This is way cool. Long as you have them when you sail, you’ll always have good luck. Well, at least that’s what we read.

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  9. Dolphins are such beautiful, peaceful creatures – humans could take a few lessons from them!

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  10. janetblue says:

    We bet you are the only cat in the whole world who has seen dolphins up close and personal! Now, that is exciting! Purrs and hugs from the kitties at The Cat on My Head, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josette

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  11. So, so incredibly cool!!

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  12. Were you tempted to swim with them??

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  13. Beautiful! Love your site and your adventures!

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  14. Beautiful! Dolphins are so pretty and graceful. 🙂

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