Usually this time of the year is good to go whale watching but I have not been lucky with the wild life sighting this winter. No dolphins and only two whales in the whole season.
With the sea so flat, the wind nonexistent and my bad luck with the sea creatures I decided instead to stay close to the coast and loose some more plastic from my boat :-) I put in from 'my beach' and went to play with some rock formations that you can never get intimate with if you want to keep your boat in one piece.
|Small waves that let me play|
|The rest of the sea was dead flat|
|Surfing the small waves and maneuverings among the rocks is fun!!!|
|In reality the entrance to the cave is bigger than my helmet|
|It becomes narrow but you can see the light at the end of the tunnel|
|Only accessible with the right tide.|
|The calm was broken|
While I was editing the video I realised the many different kind of strokes that you need to blend to manoeuvre in a small space and go or stay where you want and not where currents want to take you. A fun afternoon despite the calm conditions.
Below you can see the quiet visit to the cave and the rude interruption by the wave at 1.18.