Hope all is well back in the states, sorry i havn't written in a while, but i have been quite busy with this intern position. I have been leading about 8 dives a week with the new volunteers teaching them their fish and coral and they are nearly ready to be surveying. Last week on Anzac day, after a coral spot dive, we got to swim with and 8 foot manta ray that wandered into the bay, which is the highlight of this phase so far. Lately we have been busy fixing our other boat, Dexter Crabtree, which we just recently sent over to Curieuse island (where our other satellite camp is located) so we can begin diving and surveying over there. Just last wednesday Cap Ternay (my current home) was bought by Uninted Arab Emirates for 250 million dollars where they are planning to build a hotel (bastards) in 2008. This means that we could be kicked out of our base at any moment. which is why we are trying to expand our base on Curieuse as quickly as possible. So needless to say we have been incredibly busy here. anyway the weeks are beginning to
fly by and i am looking forward to seeing you all when this thing comes to an end. as for the photos i havn't taken too many so i decided to post more from kenya. write me back and let me know how you're doing.