La Pura Vista
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... They just wander about. They make goat cheese on the island. We continued on our way and stopped on the other side of town and dove at Angel City. A mush easier entry and exit but not as interesting a dive, We did see the usual and a huge sea cucumber and a couple sand file fish. Saw squirrelfish, Royal Gramma Basslet. and more. After another orange and a change of clothes we went to the big Dutch supermarket in town and bought some ...
... the deck area with a couple of other people.
I can only put these people’s bad behaviour down to the warm weather.
As they were the drawcard of the island, here are some Flamingo facts – they eat with their head upside down and their beak in the water so that their tongue can suck out the food; there are the brilliant pink colour due to the carotene found in the shellfish and shrimp they eat; they can fly 300 miles to get to a new ...
... discussed how kiteboarding is not as taxing on the arms but it is still a workout. I have calluses on my hands and fingers and I am pulling on the bar to control my speed so I better be getting better arms! My whole body is sore almost every day...
Oh, and I did start riding toe side! That means that while going in the same direction, I turn the board underneath me so now instead of facing the kite with my toes pointing in ...
... then went kiting to Atlantis - the kite site.
At the kite site, there is still a lot of interest on the World Cup and the schools will pack up early if necessary to catch the game. That day of the failed wave riding expedition, I got caught up in the World Cup fever and when they pointed out that Mexico was going to play Holland, I ended up betting one of the kiters that Mexico would win. Really just to make it interesting. ...
... rocky ones. It's quite a balancing act walking with a heavy vest (BCD), weights (me: 8lbs), tank (over 20 lbs even when it's empty), 2 regulators, pressure gauge, dive computer, mask and fins. If you are not on the rocky shores, you have the waves yanking you around. I have to tell myself that this is part of the plan to get physically fit and lose weight. ;-) All enjoyment comes with a price. That's life I know. And really, mine is pretty awesome. I do feel extremely lucky. ;-)