Our second snorkeling stop was near Crocodile Island - seen out there in the water - off the back side of Boracay. The water was deeper and much choppier over here, and I kept being pushed into the anchor line of one of our sister boats. But the coral was coming back much more quickly, too. There were a lot more fish and they had more color to them. There were also bits of color down on the rocks and shelves below. I don't want to call them coral because I'm not sure what they were, but there were anemones among them and some other living, swaying things. But for the salt water pushed into my mouth, it was quite enjoyable.
There are no foreign lands. It is the traveler only who is foreign.
- Robert Louis Stevenson