Today we ended our five days of diving in the Galapagos. The last time I dived before the Galapagos, I was in Thailand with little experience. In New Zealand, I had the chance to dive but turned it down because I was rushed and the diving was very chaotic and unprofessional. As you can guess, when I arrived in the Galapagos, I was a little nervous that the diving would be stressful and rushed. It turned out that I completed nine amazing, calm dives, with the help of awesome Scuba Iguana! I also met some extremely friendly and professional dive masters. For the first day, I met a young man named Dave, who first showed me the wonder of the Galapagos. Later, I dived with a man named Pablo, who took photos by my side. Today, with Pablo, I dived Gordon Rocks, possibly the hardest site in the Galapagos!
|A Hammerhead in the Murk|
Today, I faced my fears and had a blast! I was a little nervous about Gordon, but my intuition told me that Pablo would always take care of me and I could do it. It turned out to be a blast! Man, I could not have expected more from the Galapagos! My diving really improved and I saw some amazing things. My favorite marine animal would be the hammerheads or the sea lions. Wow, thanks Scuba Iguana! Tomorrow, we will go on an eight day live aboard snorkel cruse with thirteen of my mom’s friends and family! I am very excited and can hardly contain myself!
No internet on the snorkel boat! After about eight days and seven nights, all seven blogs will be backdated!
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