This was our last day in the wonderful house in Trinity Beach. We had breakfast and lounged about. I went for a swim in the morning and then sat outside in the shade area and read my book, napped, read, swam. Stressful stuff.
We had lunch. We swam. We lounged. We decided that we would change the locks on the house and just not move out. Maybe that isn’t practical, but we did fantasize about it. This was, unquestionably, the nicest house we have ever rented on Airbnb or VRBO and Jacqui the owner was super nice and generous.
The only thing we had to do was head down to Pro Drive and fill out our paper work. We had printed it out but not filled it in. Jason and Cynthia had filled it in.
At 4 we headed into to town. Jason and Cynthia had to finish there Nitrox certification. They made them fill out all the paper work they had already. Doh. Lots of paper work. and more paper work.
Small rant: The whole Nitrox certification is a bit ridiculous. You pay $185 to learn that (a) you’re maximum depth is reduced and your total recovery and bottom time is increased. (b) and how to calculate the partial pressure of oxygen and (c) how to use an oxygen analyzer.. Then you spend an inordinate amount of time learning about things that a recreational diver would never need to know. What’s the maximum depth on 100% oxygen. Types of rebreathing systems. On and on. I guess they need to make you feel like you get something for your money.
We finished the paperwork, stopped by the liquor store, filled the car up with gas.
We had a nice dinner and then wrapped it up and went to bed because we had to get up at 4:45 am. Ugh.