And here is a descent on a 70ft, where I had to stop a few ft short from my goal cause my ears were not equalizing anymore, I think it's because I had too much water in since I snorkeled for 14 days in a row. As you can see free diving fins allows to go much more faster, it's tougher to 'paddle' though.
Ok sorry for delay! Here are the pics from day 6 & 7.
Day 6, I went back at Mangel Halto after reading it's probably the best snorkeling spot (behind the barrier reef). So I went there, it was windy/wavy a lot, but I still went, it was pretty nice, spent 1.5hrs there, I can understand why they say it's for advance snorkeler, if you stop fighting the current for a few secs you'll be 20ft away from original place in no time. Nevertheless I was very comfortable to be there, except when I decided to return to shore, I did not use the same path to come back as it's not easy to see with all the wave crashing on you at the barrier area, so I used a shallow path to go back, WOW that was not fun, the waves were lifting me a few feet over the corals, but then would throw me down (along with millions of bubbles that make it hard to see) a few inches away from hard corals covered with thousands of tiny needles that hurt/burn like crazy if you only barely touch them (by experience) - I WAS PRAYING - it's a miracle that I didn't hit anything, it was SO CLOSE, when the waves were crashing me I needed to do the angel position to stay out of reach, then when the water would raise up for the next wave I would swim extremely fast to get out of that area... so word of advice : don't try to go by another path then the deep path (around 15ft deep) where there is no coral, even if it take you time to find it back.
On the last day I went back to Malmok area, I found a nice little starfish that was wounded, it was in shallow water, maybe brought there by a tourist so I brought it back in deeper area I also figured where was the Antilla wreck (5 boats were 'parked' there) so I was on my way there and realize I had no time to dive there and be back on time to catch the plane - So I reluctantly turned back to be sure I would be ok and in fact I was right, if I did went to see the wreck I would have probably missed the plane.