Bahamas April phase (week 6)

In between dodging thunderstorms (on the boat, at camp, while litter picking …) it’s been a great and eventful Week Six for Greenforce Bahamas. We’ve taught at the local primary school, had our dead skin nibbled off by the fish in the Rainbows blue hole (as weird as it sounds … but so soft!), and in the water we’ve checked out a couple of new to us dive sites, spotted another nurse shark and turtle, the world’s biggest lobster (unofficial) and a 3 foot grouper, as well as starting fish and benthic ID dives. It’s surprisingly rewarding being able to name all of (most of … some of …) the fish, coral, sponges, zoanthids and random substrate we see.

And on top of that, we have big BIG plans for next week – our brand spanking new boat, the Lady Lusca, is so close to being on the water! Don’t mention it to Matt. He might cry.


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