Today did get off to a little bit of a late start because we had underestimated the amount of time it would take for the banana bread to bake, but it was worth the wait for the delicious, warm breakfast that we got to eat. After breakfast and a marine biology class, we motored to a dive site where we got to dive into the sunken wreck of the River Taw. Not only was it an awesome dive where we saw a beautiful green sea turtle, but it was also the 4th and final open water certification dive. Finally, it was time to depart to Nevis, the island next to St. Kitts. When we got there, it was time for all open water students to fill out their logbooks for their first four open water dives, and we are now happy to report that they are done with their open water course! Lastly, we shook things up a little at dinner by sitting on the opposite side of the boat and enjoyed some wonderful fish tacos while watching a beautiful Caribbean sunset.
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