Turtles, seen on ever dive, even the night dive (they were just sleeping on that one).. This is really spoiling everyone. They are very special though particularly when the current knocks them off the reef and they end up barrel rolling to get the right way up, so they can effortlessly swim away.
Another nurse shark sighting, resting and swimming out in the open,along with moray eels hidden in crevices as they do, although one big one did decide to go for an open air swim. Then there was a crevice full of some really big lobsters, they really know they in a no take zone.....
On the first dive we still had "floppy SMB syndrome", but the second dive it was done to perfection.. So that's the dSMb speciality completed..
The night dive was experienced by a few of the group for the very first time by some newly qualified this week to those with a few more dives under their belt. From turtles, baby sharks to parrot fish and much more and let's not forget the octopus..
So, tomorrow we are off to the cenotes, to what is the last official day of diving