As usual, I was nervous for the first 10 minutes or so, almost to the point of wanting to quit but then I calmed down. I truly believe I must have drowned in a previous life-
I borrowed a go-pro for free and that was the best thing ever. Not only did I get to take my own pictures, but I now know that I won't be buying my own. I think I would be better off buying an underwater case for my camera but we'll see. The way I go through cameras, that might be a waste too.
I saw a lot of fish including a Damselfish, Palette Surgeonfish (Dori from Findng Nemo) and a Red Toothed Trigger fish-
A Trumpet fish, Yellow Finned Goat fish and a Starry Puffer or Guinea Fowl Puffer-
Regal Angelfish, any Anemone fish and a Cerulean Damselfish -
A Bearded Moray eel, a Raccoon Butterfly fish and a Moorish Idol-
Another Moorish Idol, Trigger fish and Lizard fish-
A new one for me was the Frog fish - the orange blob on the rock. It's eye is the large black spot-
The coral was nice-
As was the anemone which usually has Anemone crabs living in it-
The dive is not complete without a starfish-
The ride home was very wavy and took a couple of hours. In the evening, we went on a sunset booze cruise with drummers, dancing and singing. Looking forward to relaxing tomorrow.