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Jack Watson '18

Jack Watson '18
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Day 6

Day 6: today everyone got a 15 minute extension on our breakfast, so we were able to get up a little later. We all went to jasmine for breakfast and we had donuts which were a specialty. After breakfast we headed back to our cabins to get ready for the rest of the day which consisted of service and...

Day 5

Day 5: today started off with my cabin waking up with no time to spare to set out breakfast for the rest of the group. We all showered and successfully got breakfast ready on time before everyone showed up. After breakfast we headed out to the sea dragon and sea monkey to be taken on our last dives. I...

Day 4

Day 4: today started off rough with me taking 15 minutes to get out of bed but I eventually woke up at 6:50 & had to rush with the rest of my house to get to mango house to eat breakfast. After breakfast my house went back to our cabin to get our snorkels and fins to get ready...

Day 3

Day 3: woke up today at 6:35 and headed to mango house for breakfast. I ate Apple Jacks and grapes, a classic, and got ready for the sea turtle presentation in the commissary/ media room. After the presentation on the catch and release tactics on sea turtles, my group headed back to the lime house to get ready...

Day 2

Day 2: this morning started off with a rush at 6:30 to get dressed and run to the supervisor's cabin to eat breakfast. After a nice hardy breakfast provided by the amazing teachers, my group headed out to get ready for the trip out to sea. The first dive sight we arrived at was ginger hole which was about...

Day 1 

Day one: this morning, the first day of marine biology in the BVIs, started off hot and humid in the Guava Berry resort. After cooling down and eating at the yatch club, I boarded onto the sea dragon along with my group and one other. We traveled in the boat for about 15-20 minutes and reached a group of...

Introduction

My name Jack Watson I am a rising junior at Jesuit College Prep. I am looking forward to the marine biology BVI trip to expand my knowledge in the field of marine bio while having a great time with some of my Jesuit buddies.