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... tell you not to do, since you're always supposed to dive with a buddy, but I've learnt the majority of dive buddies you meet are liabilities. A parallel analogy exists for teamwork. In theory a 2 man team is always better than one man. But if they aren't trained to work together, they aren't worth the sum of their parts and slow one another down. If they're capable and trained to work together, they're worth more than the sum of their parts. In the ...
... After a little bit of souviner shopping and recounting our adventures, we headed back to the ship. In was on the walk back that we encountered a somewhat exciting animal walking along the waterfront – an Iguana. I think it liked having its photo taken as it kept posing for us.
Unfortunately not everything to do with the day was pleasant. While waiting in the post office to get some postcard stamps, one of the older passengers started to get angry at the ...
... I saw a turtle and took that as a sign that all would be ok. Well, I ended up going out twice and I saw at least five turtles that day. I think Brian worried a little bit that I would decide to stop kiting because he kept telling me after that everybody goes through a launch scare or two and that it was a good thing it happened now, and that I handled it pretty well.
He need not worry. I really like kiteboarding and at the ...
... a lot of waves at our regular kite site! For the next couple of days, it was a challenge for me riding the larger than usual waves - but I did it! These rolling waves were huge and I am glad I was too busy trying to navigate through them to realize that there were oftentimes taller than me. Brian told me that when I was at the bottom of a wave, he could not see me over the other waves...
Anyway, before he left, we went scouting down ...
... of actual survival that I not freak out and remain calm. That is what Scuba diving has taught me - not to panic, slow down and take the time to look at each area very closely and breathe slowly (to maximize diving time). You can miss a lot if you don't pay close attention. Brian has much better eyes for spotting things and there was a pretty big rockfish camouflaged in a sandy area that I would have missed.
It is nice see the coral and fish up close in ...
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