Anyway, it was about 5-6 knots ESE at the surface and decent viz below and we started with a little surface swim before dropping down over the sand to make a beeline for the main wall.
The second dine was off to a good start straight of the bat with not one but two octopus. One big one hiding out in it's hole and a small one hiding round the mooring point giving me some high fives.
As well as some fantastic blennies. Lots of them. It wouldn't be a dive without them.
And we some banded jawfish (no eggs yet), needlenose filefish, and some hamlets into the mix.
And last but not least, a christmas tree worm. Everyone needs a christmas tree worm in their life.
There you go, a short and sweet update today, so plenty of pictures and minimal reading. Enjoy.