I don't understand what's going on. This is very strange.

The story so far. Some dude came over to me and handed me a keyboard and told me to type. He said he’d tell me what i’m typing, but as far as I can tell he isn’t telling me anything. Actually this is providing me with great entertainment so I think this is really quite worthwhile.You see, on this boat, they not only provide you with great diving, they also provide you with plenty of surface entertainment while you’re sitting around on the boat staring at the rock outside waiting to go out again. In case you were wondering, this is not a story with a beginning, middle, and end, so stop waiting around for the end. –ylin
Today we had one of our best dives.  Starting out at an incredible 105 feet, we quickly spotted 3 hammerhead sharks and that sailed by.  We swam around  a bit and our intrepid dive master, JJ, led us around the base of the dive site when Cassia spotted a manta ray and a mobula ray swimming along together.  We continued along, spotting white tips, silkies and galapagos sharks until we reached the end of the dive site.  There were a ton of sharks swimming around, and we slowly ascended and watched the beautiful ballet of marine life for a few minutes before finishing the best dive of the site.- Rick
Whale Shark baby !!! what a days diving, awesome. We knew something was going on when the water changed to green full of plankton which is a great omen. She wasn’t very big length wise but her girth was huge for a little girl. She didn’t stay around for too long with us but the group all saw her which was great. Hoping she stays around for our last dive here which never fails to bring in the big stuff !….Leigh
2 words – “WHALE SHARK!!” … Sev

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