So the next morning we had a leisurely start and caught the bus down to Scot's Head at the Southern end of the island. There is a spit out to the Scott's Head, which is a hill with fortifications on the top. As you walk along the spit you have the Atlantic on one side and the Caribbean on the other.
The Atlantic was full of crashing waves as the wind came roaring across. The bay on the Caribbean side was choppy but further out the sea was calm. The difference between the two was remarkable. I always find it quite unnerving that the Atlantic looks much higher here than the Caribbean.
We swam out around the edge of Scott's Head to the wall, which is a huge drop that divers love. The coral is fabulous and there are loads of fish. We saw a shoal of cuttlefish which swim backwards.