Today started out very intense. We had dragged anchor twice during the night and so first thing in the morning we moved to a mooring ball. After breakfast Chris, Kirsty and I went on a dive for NOAA to record the growth of elkhorn coral. This was very cool because it contributes to some important marine research. Following that we went ashore. I spent most of my day relaxing in the shade and reading. It was very relaxing and a good day to appreeciate how cool of an island Bequia is. Tomorrow some of us are planning to rent some bikes and tour the island. We also have a dawn dive planned which should be exciting.
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