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... It was a 3 and a 1/2 day SCUBA course to gain my Open Water Certification. After completion I would be a fully autonomous diver up to 50 feet. Our original group contained 8 people but through illness we lost 3 after the first day. The diving school's policy is that with more than 6 students you needed 2 instructors, but even when our number dropped to five both instructors stayed on. Lucky us! One of our instructors was an Irish woman by the name of G who had been ...
... later we were fully dressed in my Mercedes 220 CDi, which Indressan kindly offered to store for us while we are away. Thank you Indressan for your effort and for looking after our babe, it is truly very much appreciated.
The day was a blur. We were tired… After a long flight, a long stopover, bad coffee et el, we met up with Adri’s brother at some restaurant where incidentally, we had another bad coffee. One of the things one really misses when not in SA ...
... stuck around, took refuge on our neighboring beaches before dinner was served. What a day off! We all made it through the training and came away from it with experiences completely unique for each and every one of us. Singing before each meal, yoga always being done in a circle, participating in full moon, new moon and cacao ceremonies. Staring into the eyes of another until the uncomfortable feeling becomes a magical one. Sharing spaces, places, joys, fears, breakthroughs. ...
... br> 08:09 Ana is thinking about going in the water for a bit.
08:15 Stroke Count 54
08:20 Mo´ra’s blocked the toilet!!
Tanote Bay in sight.
Yeahy! Toilet fixed
Richie getting ready to go in the water for a bit now - not Ana.
08:30 Banana Shake 200ml, Bryan gave a 10/10. Richie got in the water with him for a bit too so he has some company now (and someone to chase the sharks away now)
... doesn't read that bit else I'll be doing my duty again at Swindon haha!!
When the game finished we finished our drinks (found our flip flops amongst the growing pile of footwear) and went back..not before stopping at 7/11 for our milk.
In Thailand it's customary for everyone to take their shoes off before entering any shops/bars/restaurants. I quite like it until you come to a dirty loo where you wish you had your flips on!!
Ps Happy Birthday Conor!! ...