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After a light morning tea of coconut, cordial and a sandwich we commenced our second dive. Just north of the first site. this one was deeper and the topography was canyons and caves. Absolutely spectacular dive. Finally we swam along the reef wall with the Pacific dropping away to our right. Some large pelagic species kept their distance, bump head wrasse and dog tooth tuna mainly.
Back at ...
... some confusion over whether our bags were going straight through or whether we had to pick them up and check them in ourselves. We sorted it out in the end with time to spare (they went straight through) and waited for our Sydney flight.
Quote of the day: i dunno what to eat!!! X10
On the flight we journaled, slept, completed homework and talked with others on the plane.
After this flight, which was four hours we changed our clocks ...
... string band play for us. After eating we performed our skits for them (The Fountain, Recorder playing, singing and dancing) we got our buddies and some audience members up to dance with us, much to the dismay of some and delight of others.
Next, we left and got into pyjamas to sleep over in our buddies' dorms. We feel asleep to the sounds of roosters, quiet talking and the sound of the ocean!
stay tuned for the rest of our adventure!
... it was getting dark and we needed to get back to the resort.
Quote Of The Day:
Mel: how's the algae?
Emma: quite exfoliating thank you.
Back at the resort we tracked down our keys to our new upgraded rooms and unpacked and settled down. We then went to the resort restaurant for dinner. We are now currently discussing the plans for tomorrow where we are again leading the Sunday school at Centenary Church.
... this really should not be the case as Santo has so much to offer. I had chosen to stay in Luganville at a small but very respectable hotel called Hotel Santo. Most people in Santo live on the south and east coasts, probably greatly influenced by the quality and lack of roads around the island. I spent my first day wandering around the town, talked to the diving company I had booked to dive with and a couple of local tour operators about trips offered on the island. It ...