By the way--that's me in the photo. Hubby just got an underwater housing for his digital camera. I let him take the pictures because I had enough equipment to worry about just with the normal scuba gear. Besides, he's a far better photographer than I am.
We had an up close and personal encounter with a very curious barracuda, swam with a sea turtle, listened to the parrotfish crunch and munch on coral, and saw more fish than I could name.
They kept swimming away from me. Could it be that they sensed my love of sushi?
I would highly recommend diving or snorkeling in Key Largo. The reefs were amazingly healthy and full of marine life. We dove through "It's a Dive" at the Key Largo Marriott. The dive shop folks were wonderful. They were knowledgeable, helpful, low-key, and gracious. They also run snorkeling trips for folks who don't scuba.
Douglas--thank you for the lovely haiku! It really captures what it felt like to be under the sea.ReplyDelete