I don’t know where to start, so many things have been going on, and I don’t think we’ve ever been so busy doing this and that in any place before. Let me give you a little history on
in ah and really enjoyed my first dive after some 8 years. A few days later Sid went diving, I wasn’t feeling too well so decided it was not safe to join them. He had a blast as well. Then the third dive all four of us went. This time we went to the “Something Special” dive buoy which a couple hundred yards next to the Village Marina entrance. The special thing about this dive is there is an underwater web cam mounted in about 45 feet at the midsection of the reef: http://www.breathebonaire.com/
This was an incredible dive, first thing I saw was what I thought could be a shark, but as the fish slowly turned and revealed his side I recognized it as really, really big tarpon of about 6 feet long. After about 150 yards we found the camera and of course all posed hoping our friends at home would watch as we had arranged a time for this event. Unfortunately the camera is damaged and had filled up half with water. After our camera poses we followed the reef. It’s just amazing how many different species of coral and sponges there are, there is so much to see you don’t know where to look. One coral head especially impressed me and as I got closer I noticed a tail fin of a very, very big fish. The fish had nestled himself into the coral so all that was sticking out was its huge fin on one side and a set of large teeth surrounded by big lips. It was a pargo of at least 30 pounds, wow. I was glad to be able to get the attention of my diving buddies to see this huge fish as well. This was indeed one of the best dives we’ve ever done. Thanks Phil and Nell. Next dive planned is a night dive.
In the mean time we also did an island tour with Randy and Lourae with
Have you ever had one of these WOW days where you can’t stop saying wow? As we were resting in the cockpit around 4 PM I noticed a young women approach the dock near us, her eyes fixed on our boat as she came out to the end of the dock. I was just going to mention this to Sid as she called “