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After a struggle we finally made it to the sea. The coral and marine life was brilliant, hundreds of fish swam just below us and came right up to us as we swam.
The rest of the day involved chilling out, skyping home and getting ready for our diving the next day. An early night ensued and the next day we awoke early for the diving course. I had a restless night for a few reasons.
I was pretty nervous about the diving and whether I would be physically able to do it due to previous problems with my knee and my size.
The main reason for not sleeping was the worry of them not having a wetsuit to fit me. All the apprehension was soon put to rest when we arrived at Blue Marlin that morning. As we arrived we were introduced to our instructor Signe and the other guy doing the course with us, an Irish guy named Cormac. The video itself was the essentials about diving, information on pressure, techniques and equipment was the main focus of the video.
The afternoon was to be spent in the swimming pool learning to dive followed by our first dive. Signe was 22 and from Denmark, she had been at Blue Marlin for exactly a year to the day. Cormac was 27 and Irish and he was already establishing himself as a legend when he asked Signe if we would see any fish when we were diving, needless to say everyone was in stiches at this.
We headed into the pool and I was handed a wetsuit, which to my relief fit quite comfortably. We were taught how to breathe under water using the scuba gear and how to dive to a lower depth as well as a few skills including clearing water from your mask.
We headed to the boat and Signe explained that we would be going down to 12 metres and would be just swimming around for about 30 minutes. The boat drove us out to a dive site called The Wall which was to be our first dive site.
We were the last to enter the water, the more experienced divers on the boat entering the water at a slightly different location.
We entered the sea with our scuba gear on by falling backwards into the water from the side of the boat. As we slowly descended into the water, using the guide rope to help us down I started to get the feeling of accomplishment as I realised I was achieving something idd wanted to do all my life. The ocean was a vast horizon of endless possibilities. Hundreds of fish swam next to us, it almost felt like I was one with them and they seemed unaffected by our presence.
Fish I had never seen in my life swam by as we hovered slightly above the coral on the sea bed. The coral itself was beautiful, untouched and unaffected by man. After about 25 minutes I was in my own little world following Signe when Cormac seemed to be struggling to breathe.
Signed helped him out by switching regulators which you use to breathe but panic had kicked in and he was still struggling.
Signe signalled for us to start our ascent to the surface and we slowly made our way up. On the surface Cormac seemed to calm down and he started to breathe properly.
We signalled the boat to pick us up and we got back on using the ladder. As we headed back to shore, after picking up the other divers when they were ready, we spoke with Signe about our dive.
We all loved our first dive but Cormac had some questions he needed answering. Cormac seemed confused as to why the dive site was called The Wall. Everyone was once again in hysterics at his thinking as he seemed to think someone had built a brick wall underwater!
We finally arrived back at shore and helped clear the boat of equipment and take it back to Blue Marlin. Signe let us go for the night and we headed back to our guest house at about 6pm.
Later that night we got some food from a local restaurant and had another early night to be ready for our second day of diving.
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Our second day started with a dip in the pool to learn the rest of the skills we needed to learn. We spent all morning going through how to change regulators, remove your weights and scuba suit on the surface and put them back on and a number of other important things we needed to learn.
The afternoon we had our second dive which was a lot different to the first one. Instead of just swimming around we had to perform a number of skills in the water as part of our course. We had to do a controlled ascent where you have ran out of air, take our gear off and clear our goggles.
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After all these we went about diving which was just as spectacular as the first time. The location was different to the first dive so we saw a number of different fish and Jackson spotted a Shark but I seemed to miss it.
We did see Eels, puffer fish and stingrays though. We ascended again and the boat came to pick us up. This time instead of using the step to get back on the boat we had to jump onto the boat.
I struggled with this and it took me a few goes to get on, the Indonesian boat crew were even laughing as I struggled to get on board. We got back to shore and instead of heading home had to watch another 2 hours of videos and answer questions before we could leave.
We did this and finally got out about 7pm. We agreed to meet Cormac and his brother, who was with him but already had his diving certificate, at an irish bar at 8: We ordered some drinks and food and watched the Man United game while chatting with the brothers. Donal offered to get us all a drink and we happily accepted. However, the trip ended disastrously, with Jason supposedly drowning as he attempted to retrieve Cheryl's glove that had fallen into the water.
Cheryl was found by Dilton Doiley and his scouts, soaking wet, and crying her eyes out by the river's edge. The Blossoms are brought to shore Law enforcement dragged the river for Jason's body, but it was never recovered. By the river's shore Hal and Alice Cooper stands among others. Alice expresses joy in Jason's demise, "may he burn in hell", she said. One week later, the Blossom family buried an empty casket, and Jason's death was ruled an accident, Jughead states as she types away on his laptop at Pop's Chock'lit Shoppe.
Veronica and Hermione arrive in Riverdale On the last day of summer vacation, Veronica and Hermione Lodge arrive in Riverdale, pulling up just outside the Pembrooke. They briefly gaze upon the building though judging by their reactions, it doesn't seem to compare to the life of luxury they are accustomed to. Hermione reminds her daughter that while it may be small, the apartment is of top quality.
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Not to mention that it's the only piece of property in her name, and not her husband 's. Upon entering the building, they are greeted by the doorman, Smitherswho welcomes Hermione back home as they exchange pleasantries. Veronica then becomes acquainted with Smithers, whom she's never met. With a constant craving for one of Pop Tate 's cheeseburgers, Hermione and Veronica head down to the shoppe soon thereafter.
Kevin and Betty look at Archie through the window At the Cooper houseBetty gets dressed for an evening out at Pop's Chock'lit Shoppe with her best friend, Archieafter being apart for the entire summer. She is both nervous and excited. Kevin reminds Betty that while nerves are acceptable, she must follow through on revealing her true feelings towards Archie.
Kevin knows that Betty likes Archie, and he suspects that Archie has the same feelings toward her as well. However, according to Kevin, Archie has to be told what he wants, like most millennial straight guys. Kevin looks out Betty's window to the sight of Archie getting dressed in his room, just one house over. Apparently, Archie matured over the summer, growing more attractive and muscular since the last time they've seen each other.
This is by all accounts a game changer, providing Betty with even more incentive to purse Archie, and to grab the "ginger bull by the horns tonight". Veronica meets Archie and Betty at Pop's Archie and Betty meet up at Pop's, where she breaks down the highlight of her internship, telling him about the Toni Morrison book release party she organized, and the advice she received from her aforementioned literary hero.
While Betty was having the time of her life, Archie was stuck in Riverdale, pouring concrete for his father 's company all summer though this was not without benefit.
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Archie informs Betty of his newfound desire to pursue a music career. Working on his music offers Archie a new perspective on life, and what he should be trying to do with it. Betty is excited for him, and she would like to hear his songs.
Betty, who harbors more than just platonic feelings for Archie, is on the brink of confessing her love for him when they are interrupted by the arrival of a new girl in town — Veronica Lodge.
Archie is immediately intrigued by this new arrival from New York, who will be starting at Riverdale High School the next day, and Betty, noticing this, stays silent about her feelings. Veronica then exits the Shoppe after exchanging pleasantries with Archie and Betty as her mother is just outside waiting for her.
The following morning, before heading out, Fred asks Archie to stop by the work site after school. They need to get Archie situated in the office, so that next summer he won't have to work alongside the crew.
Unfortunately, Archie has football try-outs, meaning the family business will have to take a back seat for the time being. Alice prepares Betty for school Meanwhile, at the Cooper house, Alice preps Betty for her first day of sophomore year. The 10th grade would be very critical for colleges; grades, extracurricular, and athletics will all play a major role. But most importantly, she must maintain a decent character.