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Day 15 - Still Going Strong!!!


Today was a DSD / Open water course day 1 and I really felt like I made an impression on my students. Obviously when your teaching students come first but I still had my 2 clean up bags in my BCD pocket and whilst we were all stationary watching a school of banner fish come by I took the opportunity to bag 3 plastic bottles. The dive progressed from there and my students picked things up along the way to fill my bags, We also saw lion fish, trumpet fish. flutemouths, flounders, sergeant majors, unicorn fish and lots more, We picked up: 5 glass bottles, 5 plastic food containers, 13 food wrappers,. 1 cardboard drinks container and a paint roller??? Decorating anyone????

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