The next morning we again were at the shop by 8:30 to do two dives again.
The first one was reef Moc Cae, to 14 metres for 50 minutes. Exercises we did were the CESA (controlled emergency safety ascent) in case you run out of air and need to surface in a hurry, and Alberto made me practice the mask flood and clear once more. We also did our descent without a reference line this time, for practice.
We saw a nice sized turtle (or was that on a dive the day before? Can't remember now) and a lot of small sand rays, another stonefish, and another moray eel or two.
Our second dive of the day (and final ocean dive for the trip) was at Jardines reef, to ten metres for 55 minutes. This reef has very pretty coral garden (hence the name), we did a dive here when we did our Discover Dive in 2005.
I have to say that whil Cuba had nicer coral in better shape than these 4 reefs, there are far more fish and larger ones in Playa. This is far from a scientific observation, just what we happened to see on the days we happened to be diving.
I have photos that are supposed to be being sent to me that Alex took of us underwater, I will come back and post them in here later this week.