Today we switch gears and focused in on our own research projects. Audree and I have collected a vast amount of data over the past few days and now we have gotten the opportunity to work on analyzing it. The first few hours of watching our videos where quite enjoyable, but at a certain point staring at a screen identifying fish, in a library, on a tropical island where the vast amounts of biodiversity and reef structure right there started to become torturous. Forever the Masters, our professors on the trip sternly suggested taking a break and getting is back in the water to help clear our heads. Not everyone went because the wind was still pretty bad but it was an opportunity to go and dive the ship wreck. Getting there was fairly interesting in the sense that due to the weather conditions we where all swimming out at a 45 degree angle. Once we where on the channel side of the wreck it severed as a great current and wind break. The best part, all of the mega fauna decided it was a good place to get out of the storm as well. Dozens of sea turtles, massive groupers, eagle rays and sting rays, parrot fish, and hundreds of beautiful small herbivorous fish as well. What and experience. It was like we where all seeking refuge from the stresses in our own life.