La Pura Vista
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... the diver's flashlight becomes the beacon of death for whatever poor small fish it chances upon. At one point I shone my light into a tiny hole in the coral and saw a fish furiously try to bury itself further into the coral to no avail, since it was too fat/big for the hole. I quickly moved the light away before the tarpon came in for its dinner. One tricky thing about the trip so far is for the most part, I'm diving solo. This is exactly ...
... and were also divers. They invited us to go diving with them but we couldn't get organized enough to do it, unfortunately. =) I wish I had taken pictures with them. They were a cool group.
After a great day kiteboarding, we watched the sunset from the beach close to the airport - the Windsoc. Most of the sunsets here are disappointing because there is a thick haze near the horizon so you don't really get to see the sun going down into the ...
... of the lionfish because they are beautiful. However, they have poisonous spines and tentacles. The taste was great but the poisionous part makes me a little weary. i am glad I tried it though. =)
Lionfish are very invasive and are causing a lot of problems with the marine ecology off the coast of Florida and in the Caribbean. There has been a drive to have these fish hunted and consumed. The problem is that they need to be prepared properly. Sort ...
... taught me (or tried to teach me) to water start.
Burger night on Wednesdays is a great deal. A burger with fries and a small side salad is $8. For the price of a coke, you could get a rum and Coke. We had been to Bistro de Paris the week before, where the French owner, Patrice, came over to talk to us - he talked to all the guests. We really liked him. Patrice remembered us from last week and welcomed us back.
... purchased at the "Do It Centre" in Turks and Caicos to tie our shoes to loose rocks from the beach. We can then anchor them to the sea floor and switch from fins to shoes when its time to get out of the water. The following are descriptions of what we saw on each site:
Andrea I & 2 - way North of Kraljendik. This was a site we really enjoyed in 2008 and it did not disappoint. Just a few feet from our entry point and water shoe tie off, ...