This place is MAGICAL!!! Glistening Waters is a glowing lagoon on the north coast of Jamaica. This marvel is only found in 4 places in the world, however, this lagoon is the brightest of them all due to more consistent climate. Here, the fresh water from the Martha Brae River meets the salt-water ocean and this amazing creation is formed. The water is filled with phosphorous which allows it to illuminate so brilliantly when disturbed. he glow is formed from small microorganisms that emit a flash of light when touched. The microscopic organisms live and create a natural phenomenon, known as bioluminescence. Jamaica’s luminous lagoon being the brightest of them all amazes scientists and visitors worldwide. The lagoon is the best place to see the microscopic organisms called dinoflagellates. The lagoon is home to millions of these organisms that thrive where the salt water meets the fresh water. Try to dip your hand or foot in the water. You will see the water light up around you. You will even see fish swim around and blue light surround them. https://things-to-do-in-jamaica.com/glistening-waters-in-jamaica/
I want to learn to swim by end of next summee
I dreaded the swimming section during physical education. Floatation devices still did not help.
I've always loved the water and love going to the beach but if I want to complete other things to do such as learning how to surf and becoming a lifesaver it's important to learn how to swim - plus I don't want to look like a loser when little kids can swim better than me.
i've been afraid of the water and i have no idea why. after experiencing snorkeling, i want to know how to swim so i can dive someday.
I can't swim. I almost drowned on a beach in the Dominican Republic when I was 10 years old and have been terrified of deep water since.