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... questions for us to answer. Some of the questions were worded a bit trickily, but we all passed with flying colours! :) Everyone was in need of a nap before our celebrations began, so we agreed to meet in the bar late for a Mexican dinner and then head along to Skid Row Bar and have a go at the shot challenge! The tshirts you get if you manage to complete it are worn like ...
... for a drink. It was pretty chill and we headed back to the hotel afterwards. On the way back we saw many crabs running through the ditches. We have no formal activities planned for the day tomorrow so we are thinking of heading over to West Bay which is the commercial centre on the island and has the nicest beach. We are going to snorkel then maybe rent bikes or scooters and explore the island. Tomorrow night we are going to a local family's for a true island ...
... too - SIMPLY AMAZING!
The next day Amanda and I just got busy with diving. This was the first diving we had done on the trip and were just hanging for it! Let me paint a quick picture of the water, super crystal clear blue water, with hints of turquoise, aqua, azul and massive case of OMG - and I failed to mention consistently 27 degrees, yep you read right 27 degrees!!!! With this temperature Amanda and I only needed to wear boardies and rash vest. Almost all ...
... but before we could get sufficiently drunk to pretend to enjoy trance music for the next 4 hours, we had to complete some shot challenges to prove our worth. I myself only completed one challenge, but my friends did both, nevertheless, I caught up and we had a brilliant last night.
On our last afternoon, we still had two dives left, so we gathered our energy and were quickly woken up by the coolness of the water. I'm ...
... We had a lecture on Echinoderms, which was interesting. Examples of echinoderms include sea stars, sea cucumbers, and sea urchins. The echinoderm phylum is the sister phylum to the phylum humans are in - so basically, they're our "cousins" evolutionarily! I don't have any new pictures for today, but hopefully I'll have some ...