After some advice from an Ocean Frontiers employee, we decided to dive "Julie's Wall down to "Babylon". The parking spot for this site is directly across from Rosebud Dr. on Old Robin Rd. about a 1/4 mile west of the Queen's Monument. Previously, we started on Babylon and worked our way east from there.
1) The surf was gentle and the kick out was uneventful, albeit, fairly long. When we hit the ball, we noticed a slight E-W current, so our plan to dive towards Babylon was intact. Having never dived this portion of the North Wall, we didn't know what to expect. OMG! The wall was absolutely spectacular! Prehistoric comes to mind when trying to come up with a way to describe it. The "sort of" swim-through as you leave "Julie's" and enter "Babylon" is so cool! Pinnacles abound here and there is almost too much to take in at one time. We cut back towards the reef in a cavern and ran right into the "Babylon" pin. The reef in this area was, by far, the most colorful and healthiest of any I have seen on the island in years. We made our way back in towards the beach and didn't want to surface, knowing that it was our last dive of the trip. What a way to finish off the week and make me wanting to come back asap!
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