Blog Post Day 7

Today was the last two dives of the trip. On the first dive I was having trouble equalizing which was actually kind of a blessing because while I was trying to equalize a huge green sea turtle swam right under me. This turtle was missing a fin but was still able to swim faster than me, something I thought...

Coke – Day 7

I woke up this morning with sadness that our trip would be over soon. Our final two dives were today, finishing the trip with 13 new dives in my logbook. All of the dives that we have gotten to do this week have been incredible, and the two we did today were no exception. We got into a van...

Cayman Islands – 7/26

Today I woke up sad that it was my last day because it was my last opportunity to dive in a long time. After getting to breakfast we had to take a van to another dock where the boats were moored because it was too choppy for the boats to be at the dock at the resort. We went...

Day 7: Marine 2 in the Grand Cayman

Today was the final day of diving until heading back to Dallas. Although a little sad, I quickly forgot about this as I couldn't wait to dive through more tunnels. Due to the weather and waves, we had to drive to a marina but the dive sites were in sight. Once we got our over view of the site...

Day 7- Our Last Day!

Today is our last day on the Cayman Islands! We went on two more dives today. The first was a location called “Trinity Caves.” The name is slightly misleading however, as they aren’t so much caves as canyons open at the top. Lucy led us through the canyons in a single file line, as they...

Cayman Islands – Final Day

Today was the last full day in the Cayman Islands! I am super sad to leave such an awesome place. It was an extremely fun and also educational experience that I would take again in a heartbeat. Today we finishednoff our last two morning dives with another deeo 100 foot dive and a shallow final dive. the last dive...

Day 7

It's was hard to believe it was the last day of the trip. It's cliche to say it was bittersweet but I was sad for it to be are last day here while also glad to be able to go home. Our first dive was at a cite called Trinity caves, Both are dives where pretty shallow only reaching...

Day 7: Gregory Pope

Our final day started the same as any other day with breakfast. We were thrown a small curveball because of the massive waves coming in from a small storm so we had to take a bus to where the boats were docked. We left at 8 instead of our usual 7:45 departure and headed to the new dock inside...

Last Day (07/26/19)

Last dives. For our last day in the Grand Cayman we dove in the Trinity Caves and the Chain Reef. The Trinity Caves consisted of a large, narrow canyons that formed a large U that we dove through. As we descended and began to enter the canyon, a huge Green Sea Turtle crossed our field of vision. Unfortunately this...