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... moderate current. A few minutes into the dive we were swimming like normal and not getting anywhere because of the really strong current. So we had to swim a little bit harder to get anywhere which made the dive short and there wasn't really anything interesting to see. I at least got a video of a Spotted Moray Eel swimming, but like Tom said a not so great day of diving beats a day at work or shoveling snow. Later that night we went down to the shore before dinner and watched the ...
... and she advices me to
just sleep on the beach ; she does it from time to time for fun. I
then go back to Roderick’s house to pak my stuff and I almost got
lucky : the girl who picks me up offers me a bed but she has to ask
her parents and so will send me an e-mail which I never received. I
need some time to pack and I also try to decide myself to book the
flights out of Cuba and the flight back to Europe. I of course can’t
decide myself and by ...
... after investigating, and says to me "come in and have a look at this". Instantly I thought we might have a mouse or a cockroach on board or something...we hadn't seen anything of the sort during the time we've been on the boat so my mind went straight to something like that.
However when I went down towards the bathroom where Ray was, to my horror, I saw an Iguana...it was about 3 foot long in length. I had a mini freak-out for a second, and then ran to ...
... and hoped to God that we had done this correctly. If not, it would have been a very costly exercise as the membranes of the watermaker would have been distroyed if not done correctly. Luckily, we returned to find that all was well and the watermaker is working beautifully once again.
We also put the BBQ down below and anything else that could "take a walk" easily from the outside of the boat..things like our downwind sail, winch handles ...
... 2). The reef here is very different from the southern end. It is smaller outcroppings of corals rather than a solid reef. There definitely were a lot of fish, but what stood out to me was the wider variety of sponges and corals. There were types that I haven’t seen before.
Dive #17: After driving around and checking out the entry to another site (which we decided was a little more treacherous than we wanted), we decided to try Oil Slick ...