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Blue hole gozo by David Thompson

message this message is importantHey David,

Just had a look at your website. Particularly like your MSc topic... what a great excuse for an extended liveaboard holiday :). I'd hate to think of the results you would get if you added other nationalities into the mix. The Taiwanese here all seem to love carrying around little retractable metal pointers that they can poke anything that moves with. Saw one this weekend poke literally through the leg of an octopus, then hold it up for his buddy to take photos of. So needless to say I cut through his high pressure hose and sent him bubbling to the surface smile (in my mind's eye.. haha).

Keep up the good work... the seas need it...

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Thanks although I would not have called it an extended holiday, I was officially employed, and therefore had to work very hard, not leaving as much time as I would have liked for my thesis.
I still got to see many sharks though which was great.
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