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We know diving in the sea. We know diving in lakes. Diving in rivers we know too. Diving in abandoned quarries? That was new territory for me.
Diving with sharks is much more exciting than an actual proposal! Every year bull sharks visit a certain area in Playa del Carmen and you can dive with them!
I’ll tell you more about diving in a dry suit and share my personal learnings with you in my Dry Suit Learning Diary.
Down below at 31m you’ll find the wrack Hilma Hooker. It sank 1984 off Bonaire’s coast. The dive spot is easy to reach and a little creepy too!
Female Dive Bloggers that are as inspiring as the Ocean My fellow bubble makers! I’ve reached out to some really amazing dive bloggers out there
A few years ago I first heard of MUSA – the Museo Subacuatico de Arte. Ever since I wanted to dive there and see it
How much are 4 days on San Andrés including Diving? I love lists and breaking down costs – so that’s why I wrote down everything
San Andrés Travel Tips – a Paradise for Divers with Perils A two-hour flight from Bogotá, off the Nicaraguan coast, is a little island paradise –