Deep-sea diving in Martinique
French writing exercise

Faire de la plongée sous-marine en Martinique

Léonard took his new wife Sophie deep-sea diving in Martinique.

Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise:
"a honeymoon", "to tell [someone] of", "to go deep-sea diving", "to do one's research", "a spot (diving)", "the Caribbean coast", "a reef", "to overflow with", "flora and fauna", "given that", "a breach", "to pierce all the way through".

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I had known where I would take Sophie for our honeymoon since the very day we met. On our first date, she had told me of her passion for Martinique, and that she dreamed of going deep-sea diving there. After doing my research, I had settled on two iconic spots on the Caribbean coast whose beautiful reefs overflow with exotic flora and fauna. I would have preferred for it to be a complete surprise but I wanted her to be able to pick the location herself given that it was her dream to start with! In the end, we explored Diamond Rock's spot where we swam through an actual cave which pierces all the way through the emblematic rock.

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