Champagne Bubbles (A Six-Month Adventure to Dominica, Post 3)
Being a person who much prefers land to water when back in England, snorkeling is not something that I am used to!
My first snorkeling trip was at Champagne Reef, it’s literally on our doorstep maybe a 10-15 minute walk from Pointe Michel.
Mom had the patience of a saint, life vest on just in case (it’s been a long while since I’ve dipped my toes in the water!). Our masks were on; we were inching further into the glorious warm water with the mantra from Finding Nemo in my head “Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming”.
Once my nerves had passed, I started to pay attention to where I actually was; there were fish everywhere and loads of bubbles.
The bubbles are awesome; I could swim back and forth through them all day long.
Little did I know, the bubbles are there because of the volcanic activity that has happened on the island; the geothermal activity beneath the reef causes pockets of gas to escape in the form of bubbles – pretty cool!
If you’ve work stress or things going on in your personal life, snorkeling at Champagne or anywhere in Dominica is the key to relaxation.
To read more about Kim’s adventures click here