Eel Hole Pass


Seen here is the channel through the shallows leading to the Eel Hole, a deeper area populated by quite a number of moray eels, among other fish. The eels are considered by the local islanders to be good luck. Thus, they are typically left alone by the fishermen. If caught accidentally  it’s tradition for the youngest crew member to wear the eel around their neck for a few moments before it is released.

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