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... taught us how to flush water from our filled masks while submerged. Finally to complete lesson one he took us on a 15 foot dive.
For lesson two we entered the water from the boat. The tanks are weightless in the water but as heavy as elephants aboard the boat. From the boat we had to trust gravity to get us in the water safely. It was scary when trying but surprisingly easy. We re-did everything we did in lesson one and then went on a 20-25 foot ...
... is what it is and started to relax a little, did I start to enjoy the island. The water is crystal clear, with sandy beaches and tropical jungle. There is little development which keeps it raw.
During the rest of our stay we headed to the beach. We tried to get to wizard beach which we never managed because of the trek there ...
... There was a shallow reef just outside our lodge, so we spent an hour or so snorkelling, there were reports of a reef shark, Shaun was determined to find it. I didn't spend long in the water as I felt vulnerable being so close to the coral, Shaun however loved it and continued looking for the shark, he didn't find it.
After 2 days of no sun we were close to loosing our minds on an island that relies on the sun! So we pulled a few ...
... leaving the front of that line. Getting mad doesn't get you anywhere though, so after politely asking in broken Spanish 'What do we do then? where do we go? We have our flight in 11 days to Columbia' he asked to see $500. Our first thought was that he wanted bribing to get in, but then we remembered reading that sometimes they want to make sure you have some money in the bank. Luckily we had taken a screenshot of a savings account, although didn't have the card to match with ...
... quarters. From there it was back to our casita to read and have a siesta. Around 11 we went back up to the clubhouse and sat by the pool. Lunch was a fish taco/wrap with salad and french fries. The salad was weird as the lettuce had been drizzled with olive oil and then topped with a creamy dressing. When the sun finally burned it's way through the clouds, we made our way down to the beach where ...