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From Great White Sharks to Great Smelling Sheets

November 7, 2015 Written by

So far, after a total of almost 6 hours of cage time on Day 1, the range of Great White Shark activity has been amazing and interesting. At times they cruise by quite calmly in a sort of coy fashion, or sometimes try to catch a Seagull at the surface or a Tuna that has been hanging around one of the dive cages. And at other times they have an intense look in their eye (the one that is fixed on you) that seems like they’re hoping you’re their next meal.

Now a complete aside…Also amazing on this trip is how great the bed sheets smell…From Great White Sharks to Great Smelling Sheets (yes, that deserves capitals), truly the scent of slumber.

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This post was written by Laurence Captan - Toronto, Canada

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