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Charlie Ayres '19

Charlie Ayres '19
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Day 6 Blog

Starting off this morning we went off to eat breakfast, then got the sun screen ready because today we weren't going dive. On the agenda for today was our service project and our presentations over our projects that we did on our dives. This time we didn't take Glenn to get to our destination, we just walked. We went...

Day 5 Blog

Today like every other started with a prayer and some breakfast, this time our cabin hosted it so we had to get up extra early and set it up. Finishing up with breakfast we followed our routine and hopped on the taxi with Glenn and headed out to the docks. On the agenda for today was a wreck dive,...

Day 4 Blog

Starting off the day as every other we went up to the Lime cabin to devour some more cereal and honey buns. Instead of heading down to wait for the taxi we went down to the commissary and met with Dr. Gore and listened to her presentation on ARK. In specific we learned about the history of turtles and...

Day 3 Blog

Starting off the day with breakfast at the Alamanda cabin, we got our food and headed back to our cabins to start off the day. We got in our taxi and started off to the boats where we loaded our tanks and got our gear ready to dive. Our first site was back at the Chimney, except this time...

Day 3 Blog

Once again another early morning, we headed off to breakfast and had the same cereal and cold honey buns. After breakfast we headed out to the docks with Glenn the taxi driver, and got all our gear ready for the dives. We hopped on the boat with both our tanks and headed out for our first site, Gingers Steps....

Day (s) 1 & 2 Blog

Woke up bright and early on Friday, 4 A.M to be specific and headed over to the airport, where we met up with the guys and went through security and hopped on the flight. Nothing special besides playing hacky sack and Heads Up during our 6 hour layover. After what seemed a boring day the dive staff found a...