We also have a lot of courses to run, 3 specialties, “deep”, “Night” and “Nitrox” for Thierry, he will be busy, for sure! Then 2 “open water” courses for Romain and Caroll Ann.
Our first day was absolutely fantastic through our 4 dives we found, giant puffer fish, octopus, loads of nudibranches, sponge crabs, and 3 Spanish dancers! What a great start for our new divers…!
The Spanish Dancer
In a normal situation when the animal is crawling, the edges of its mantle are curled upwards creating a peripheral blister. If the animal is disturbed, it unfolds its edges and can swim through contractions and undulations of the body to move away from the disturbing element. Its common name, Spanish dancer, comes from this particular defense that make it looks like a flamenco dancer.