Location: Pan de Sucre, Les Saintes
I sit here trying to put words to that which I have learned and find my attempts futile. Inside I feel a light shining brighter than ever before, I see a heart ready to leap and a mind excited for the challenge. I see endless beauty and compassion and I have witnessed enormous potential. Outside I see everything in the exact same way, a beautiful world, a forgiving world, an understanding world indistinguishable from the world inside. I’ve learned that growth is not defined by place, growth is everywhere all the time just as you are. All that you have to do is listen for it, take it in, be receptive and implement, never stop growing. Learn from others, every single person has a purpose, every single person has something to offer you, seek that out in every relationship and reciprocate it back, never turn down a generous offer and never be afraid to offer more to others, it will benefit you both. I love my life, I love my past, I love my present and I love my future. I love everything within and without, I love you.
Today Argo’s crew ventured up the Indian River, a river on the northeast side of Dominica. There was water quality testing as the boats rowed further from the salty ocean and up the freshwater river. Getting a chance to view the Caribbean jungle from the riverboats was beautiful. It is in fact the same river in which Calypso’s house is filmed in the second “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie. Students then returned to Argo for a short sail over to Les Saintes where we now sit anchored beside Pan de Sucre, the site of our dives tomorrow.
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