Day 11- Yoke Poking
Posted: Sat, Aug 10, 2013
Location: Muskmelon Bay, Guana Island
We started the day with scrambled eggs. We indeed needed proteins because a long day was ahead of us. Once the dishes were shining, some of us waterskied, some others wakeboarded, and most of us kneeboarded. After only a couple of minutes of rest, we went for a DEEP DIVE! All excited, we set the big tanks to our BCD and went diving. Seventy feet later, Sara surprised us with eggs. Indeed, at that depth, the pressure is so high that the yoke perfectly floats and it can be poked without breaking. We also discovered that colors actually change since the sunlight has to pass through seventy feet of water. On our way back up we met a few giant lobsters and found different lost objects. After all that we were of course starving. We had lunch and then went on with the afternoon activities, which were Pico sailing and making Turk’s Heads bracelets. We learned in parallel how to do backflips in the water step by step. To sum up, an awesome day!