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Published: February 25th 2015
I'll keep this post to just the reef day. We did two dives on Friday and some snorkeling. The worst part was that it went by too quickly. The first dive we saw more sea life; I could name every species we saw as well as their diets and water temperature preferences, but that would make this post much too long. We got lucky because the water had poor visibility in the days before our dive, but the day we dove it was pretty clear, especially since now isn't the peak season for diving at the reef.
The best fish we saw was about two feet long and about as high and it followed us throughout our first dive. It would come up to me and stick its nose right in my hand, then circle around and come back to be petted again. The dive crew said they had named him Frank, so apparently he's a fan favorite. Besides Frank, there were tons of schools of fish and all different colors of coral. The deepest we got was about thirty feet.
The second dive didn't have as much sea life, but there were more colorful
coral. Again, we went about thirty feet down.
I'll keep the words short for this post because I have a ton of pictures and videos. https://vimeo.com/120564384 https://vimeo.com/120564383 https://vimeo.com/120564382 https://vimeo.com/120564378 https://vimeo.com/120564380
These links are to a few videos I took. It's taken me forever to upload just these five (Isn't it 2015!?).
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