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M.I. Innes, welcome to Mansion ingles. You are a scuba diver. Can you tell us what happened the very first time you
Innes. Certainly Craig. Erm…the first time I
I was very . Erm… it was in Egypt, ..a..a resort called Negada. I erm..I..I went down to approximately twenty metres deep, and erm…was a little bit
at the depth we were at and became a little bit scared. I breathed very
and ran out of air.
M.I. Oh dear.
Innes. Oh dear, indeed. Erm..Fortunately, the...er…
I was with …erm…noticed I was in
and..erm…came over to me and gave me her mouthpiece to use to..to take air. Even better, she was an extremely
Italian lady, and had to wrap her legs round me to make sure I…I stayed
and swam to the surface with me. It was very much in the end good fun.
M.I. Well that’s incredible, Did…did things improve Innes after this first dive?
Innes. I…I seemed to get my
back, and…erm… the dive instructor seemed to…to…to expect more from me as the
went on. Er…one particular occasion, er…they…er…took us down to thirty metres which is the
I’ve ever been. I looked at my watch and…erm… my watch said that it could only go to a
depth of thirty metres, and when we went to thirty-one metres, it blew up.
M.I. Oh dear!
Innes. Yes. It…i…it was very difficult to tell the time from then onwards.
M.I. Have you seen any sharks Innes?
that you should ask Craig, erm…that is one of my main ambitions in life to…to..see sharks in
Erm…every time I dive, someone
in…in the group does see sharks. Unfortunately my
is very poor, and all I… I hear afterwards is ‘Did you see the shark?’ I say ‘no’, but one day maybe. If I ever get some