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Nick Wheeler '17

Nick Wheeler '17
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Blog 6

This morning was both good and bad, good because we got an extra 15 minutes of sleep but bad because it was our last day here in the British Virgin Islands. Jasmine cabin hosted an unique breakfast of giant donuts and cereal, I ate inside the cabin and got some tea. After breakfast Glen picked us up...

Blog 5

Today was the best day of the trip. We woke up at 6:40 and had the usual breakfast of cereal and muffins at Lime Cabin before we met Glen and he drove us to the docks, from there Ben actually let me drive us about 45 minutes away to a dive site located off of Salt Island. ...

Blog 4

Today was our cabin's day to host breakfast, we woke up a little earlier than usual and put the table and food outside. While we were waiting for everyone to arrive we had to fend off chickens from getting to the cereal. After breakfast the next cabin took the leftovers and the table from us and we...

Blog 3

Today at 7:15 Mango Cabin served breakfast that consisted of cereal, bagels, and muffins before heading down to the lounge to listen to a presentation on sea turtles by Dr. Gore. The presentation taught us about the turtles in the local area before the sea monkey and sea dragon split up to actually go and catch turtles. ...

Day 2

We started the day by waking up at 6:25 and heading over to Doc's cabin for a breakfast consisting of cereal, sausage, and eggs. After everyone finished their breakfast we walked to the meeting spot where Glen, our taxi driver, meets us and were driven to the yacht club for the first day or project dives. Once again...

Day 1 

I resentfully woke up at 6:20 am this morning, despite being up for nearly 20 hours the day before. The first thing we did was to walk to the commons area to get picked up by the taxi. We were driven to breakfast at the dive shop restaurant where we were introduced to the staff of Dive...

Introduction

I am excited to go on the trip because I will learn about the fish species there and get to leave the country to go to an island to do so.