Because of the rough water on the north side of the island, we weren't able to dive the Bloody Bay Wall. Instead we dove on the south side. I was very pleasantly surprised. The topography underwater on one of the dives was like mountains rising out of the sand. It was very awesome. The fish life was abundant and so was the coral. There were some spots with lots of juvenile fish, and that was a treat to see. It was like a nursery for fish. I saw a few too many lionfish there, but hopefully the dive guides will get out and try to get these before they cause too much damage.
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