Today we woke up, ate breakfast, and got down to business. First we had an oceanography class where Mike taught us about the different sectors of the earth, and the plates. After Oceanography we had Marine Biology where Kirsty taught us about sponges, cnidarians and combjellies. Once we had completed our lessons the group headed off to shore. Everyone enjoyed roaming around and seeing the beauty of the town. A few of us were lucky enough to see the turtle sanctuary. Later we took a tour of the Stavros Niachos, a London based squarerigged youth training vessel. Tonight is our night out which everyone is thrilled about.
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