Nudi Falls, Nudi Retreat, Air Prang
In the first two locations, the name really gave it away. I saw lots and lots of Nudibranchs. They're so amazing. I saw a purple band flabellina, a variety of chromodoris, Nembrotha Kubaryana, Risbecia tryoni, Chelidonura varians, Phyllidia ocellata, Tambja Gabrielae and loads more. I took so many nudibranch pictures today. Other than nudibranchs, I saw some flounders, they have different patterns than the one I saw yesterday. Then I saw a yellow leaf scorpion fish. I also saw some more humpback scorpion fish, it's like Iv'e seen them yesterday and they became less interesting. I still took some pictures though. After that, we saw two white-eyed moray eels, they were wonderful. Sometimes, I feel so scared looking at eels because they're popping their head out looking at you and at anytime they could just come out of its hole and maybe attack you, not that I've ever heard of but I've got a wild imagination. Then we saw a pegasus sea moth, it was so cool. They like move very slowly and I was just there watching them. This so called pegasus really amazes me. I took a few shots, then we moved on. I also saw a pygmy seahorse, the same one as the one I saw in Tulamben. I took a great picture of it. It was so tiny, I wonder how the guide managed to find it. I was so happy that we saw a pgymy seahorse, but then we asked the other group and the said that they saw nine pygmy seahorse and one pontohi. That's a lot of seahorse, they must be very lucky. I wish I saw them too, but what I saw was also great though.
At Air Prang we didn't see much. I saw this juvenile ribbon eel. It was cool, although I prefer the grown up one; the colour is prettier. Then I saw a red octopus. Soon after we left, the octopus swam away and hid under a coral. Then, a person went after it and like scared the hell out of that octopus. He like dig the coral out to see the octopus, it made a lot of mess. I feel sorry for the octopus. As we moved along, we met two reeftop pipefish, they're so cute. But the move around so much, and it's so hard taking a picture of them. Anyway we then saw a cuttlefish, it was big. It changed colur as it swam away from us, how amazing is that. We saw more demon stingers, there were two of them side by side, it's so cute. Obviously, I took some pictures. Finally we saw a painted frogfish, it was like moving so slowly using its fins. It's kind of like walking. So cool.