To be honest, as a 14-year-old boy, I was expecting lots of boring walks, hours of looking at boring fish, and lots of old people. I was completely wrong, on the second day, there was so much to explore, new animals, new terrains, and overall new culture. This was a completely different environment, from places like Hawaii. The animals had grown up with very few natural predators so when a human would pass by or come close to take a picture, there was not a single look or movement of fear. They were completely calm, making you feel much more than just a step closer to nature. I learned so much on the walks, but I have not even mentioned the sights I saw underwater. We were all given very comfortable water equipment that was easy to use. When I jumped into the water, it was an entirely different world, the fish swimming in theatric movements, thousands of corals, and sea urchins making beautiful views, but one thing that I will never forget is the sea lions. I am not exaggerating when I say any of this. When underwater, the sea lions were very curious, they made circles and swam past shooting waves of water at you, jumping out of the water, and making dances as they move. The absolute most amazing part of their movement was when they swam full speed in your direction and at the very last second turned away from you and swam the other way. It was an amazing adrenaline rush.
The dining and staff were at an entirely different level from anything I have seen. Very friendly and entertaining, they did their jobs very well and I am happy to say that they have more than satisfied me.
Overall, this was definitely one of the greatest, if not, the greatest summers that I have ever experienced, and recommend it to anyone that reads this. I think that if a fourteen-year-old teenager who is very different and separate from adults enjoyed this trip, I can guarantee that you will enjoy this trip as well. One more thing, I am not being rewarded in any way for writing this paragraph, I am simply doing this because of how much I loved this trip, I truly hope that everyone will get to experience this trip at least once in their lives.