Grenada is a lovely island and our resort, True Blue Bay, is everything you could want. Our rooms are lovely, the food is delicious and the service is excellent. I will be posting photos and more about this wonderful resort in which we are staying later in the trip.
Today I want to share our diving photos from yesterday. Our first dive was a wreck called Veronica. The visibility wasn't great but it was a good spot for the divemasters to get to check out our group and learn our strengths and weaknesses. Good divemasters always get to know their students in locations where they cannot cause too much damage before taking them to the better locations where buoyancy control and respect of the ocean is so important.
That is the ship in the backdrop, filled completely with cup corals.
We did find this guy who is camouflaged so well.
This beautiful Lady.
And this deceptively gorgeous but evil guy who is probably the reason we didn't see much else.
This green moray eel thought he had found a good hiding spot.
Our second dive was at a site called Northern Exposure. Northern Exposure is part of a large, 6 mile long reef, that we will be exploring all week. The visibility was much better and the sealife, while not prolific, was an improvement over the wreck.
This spotted moray eel popped out his head to say Hey.
This guy came out right before lunch just to make our stomachs grumble.
And some beauty to finish up Day 1 of Diving.
We all had lunch and a couple of drinks. I went back to the room with the intent of grabbing my book and heading to the pool. I woke up in time for dinner LOL.....
I always try to eat as much local food as I can while on vacation. Dinner was Chicken Calaloo over a bed of roasted plantains. It was delicious. I was afraid I would have a hard time sleeping after that 2 hr. nap but not to worry. Traveling caught up to me I guess.
We just got back from Day 2 of diving. I am writing this while I wait for Frank to shower so we can have lunch. See you all tomorrow with more photos.