There was already loud noises going on, people swimming, and even diving. We got there early so we could swim and do other things that were available and to my surprise they had a zip line that went over the water. That was what I decided to do first, but the line was terrible. It felt like I was waiting for a ride at the fair, but when
Jerry has matured greatly during the course of the story. he wanted to impress the other boys by swimming through the tunnel they all swam through. So he told his mother that he needed swimming goggles. So she took him to the store and he grabbed the goggles and ran back to the swimming spot to attempt the long swim through the tunnel. He practiced every day learning independince from his mothter.
Usually dolphins aren’t out during the sunset but imagining it is so wonderful! I could just see all of it happening at once! This is what I call paradise! I can’t wait to go back to Nokomis Beach and do the fun activities with my family and watch for
Sadly, we just arrived at our last stop, Nassau Bahamas. I couldn’t wait to get to the big, warm beach. My dad said that the waves could go higher than 10 feet! That was pretty cool but it did me kind of worried. After doing some shopping and exploring
I had courage to go in that water and swim. I got off the edge of the pool and i put my feet on the first step, the second step, and i ran out of the water. I tried again to go back into the water. I reached out to my dad to swim to him. I jumped off the step and i started to swim.
Ian begged the narrator to join him in the ocean, so he could go further out. Initially she refused, but the boys enthusiasm eventually won her over. As she waded into the ocean she caught sight of her husband not-so-subtly watching the volleyball girls. Her mind became occupied, but was snapped out of it by a startling realization: she and Ian were being pulled out to sea. The narrator immediately put her body to work, swimming as hard as she could and telling Ian to do the
Finally, we see that these colors are coming from an oil spill on the bottom of the boat, “Until everything was rainbow, rainbow, rainbow! And I let the fish go” (lines 74-75). In this moment the fisher experiences a sense of realization and victory in her mind, an epiphany. Each of the colors represents the pieces that comprise the decision of letting the fish go. The colors serve as the stepping stones for the fisher to realize the heroic character of the fish.
The boat was known by Viva la Thomas. The Viva la Thomas best looking I have ever seen in my life.It looked like heaven floating on the clear ocean waters. So we were set and headed off to the middle of the ocean. My biggest enemy was this parachute I was thinking of in my head.It was kind of hard to be scared when it had a big yellow smiley face. The first people up were my mom and dad, I was already feeling scared.
Snorkeling was one of the most exciting parts of the trip, a whole new world that I never would have thought possible. Hundreds of diverse fish and corals that I’ve only seen in pictures, yet every aspect seemed surreal. Swimming and diving through exotic fish was a breathtaking experience, but running into a Caribbean reef shark was the highlight of the trip. During land trips we would explore the culture, either by meeting the natives or hiking through the distinct types of forests Andros had to offer. The coppice was aboriginal to the island and we were fortunate enough to have the chance of touring through.
Sitting on the edge of the stingray aquarium at Seaworld, dazing into the crystal clear water was a beautiful sight. The beaming of the heat on my back, and the humidity making my hair frizzy was overwhelming. I nervously hovered my hand over the water and poked my finger into the habitat. My ears then, caught the sound of the food machines clicking. The sound caught my brothers attention too.
It was so cool I saw a dolphin jumping in mid air waving it’s tail,I saw birds soaring through the air, and the ocean waves being peacefully calm. Everybody was just having a great time. The day after that we decided to go to the waterpark and see how many slides we could go on before the day was over. So when we were walking through the park I saw this one slide that looked so awesome! You would just be sitting then you would drop like 500 feet from the air and when you got to the end you would be surrounded by sharks in these cages.
It surfed a few good waves. While this was happening the undertow was getting stronger and stronger. The very next time I went I was about halfway out. Then all of the sudden I heard a surfer scream for help. I immediately swam as fast as I could over to the surfer.
We jumped off and rode the waves with pure bliss, dodging rocks and then plunging into the warm water. Frankly my parents did not care about me all that much, they were are always trying to please themselves and would do anything to enhance their own wellbeing. After coming back to the car after an hour of surfing, we discovered our cellphones, money, and extra clothing was stolen. There was no way to contact my parents but I did not care. I just hoped whoever stole it was really in needed of it.
So I leaped out of the water and sprinted back to my blanket. As the day went on, I spotted dozens of seagulls flying around the beachhead, flying and diving as fast as a cheetah, trying to steal people’s food. I saw a few people at the end of the dock fishing, while I was trying to not fall over when the 3 to 4 ft waves came rushing at me like huge gusts of wind, though I’d usually did fall over.