After passing the Dracula's Castle we had a little rest standing on a stony bottom near a pebble bay surrounded by the wall of sheer cliffs, making it unreachable from the land. We needed to rinse our masks, to move tongues, numbed by the seawater, and, of course, to share impressions in a human way (mumbling and pointing fingers are barely enough for that).

Szilvia demonstrates a pancer of a tiny Herbstia condyliata spider crab, that she found in the same place.
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