This week’s postcard comes to you from underwater! Taken this week on Batee Gla (meaning slippery rock) in Pulau Weh, this photo is of two large Moray eels sharing a hiding place, while having a breather in the open current.
Pulau Weh is a volcanic island and the underwater topography is stunning. Not too much in the way of coral, but lots of fish – on this dive I saw a huge school of black snapper at the end, numbering in the hundreds. Stunning!