Day 3 - Second Dive Day
9am meet for the morning Dive to Barranco, with our guide Danny.
A couple of us took a short boat ride of about 2 mins from the dive centre to a lovely little site with overhangs and columns. We saw stingray, swarms of bream, moray eels amongst everything else the other members of the group decided to stay local and work on their buoyancy skills.
The two Rachel's went for a 'unguided' dive around the house reef Mole...(was that wise Rachel after all do you actually know what a compass is?) a little like stoney on a bad day until you get around the corner where it opens up to be lovely and clear... we were on a mission to find that seahorse!
After an hour No seahorses were found but nonetheless we found an octopus and got accepted into a school of baby barracuda!
Dive 1- With Rob our guide for today, our first dive was at Anfiteatro- Trumpet fish, stingrays (including one that got annoyed with Rach P for shining the torch towards him when he was having a nap) and Moray eels.
Dive 2: Barranco: As the previous day we returned to this site to see what else it had to offer (also building up how far was safe to venture on the boat-big thanks to the deep blue dive crew for looking after the green gilled of the group and esp to Rolle for his magic chewing gum
We found a rather large nudibranch!
But...he did share his house with a very angry moray... always remember to pay more attention to your buddy and not turn away after the 1st signal! Although buddy needs to give danger (moray) before nice (nudibranch) signals!
After watching some go-pro footage back... we found we have the 'Swedish chef' in our group! For those that do not know the 'Swedish Chef', click here
For the part of the group that stayed local....found the elusive seahorse!! Much to the dismay of the rest of the group!
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