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Cancun og snorkeling med Hvalhajer

Turen gik først til Cancun, om morgenen før fanden fik sko på. Vi spiste morgenmad på en lille restaurant på havnekajen. Herefter gik den for fuld skrue i motorbåd ud til det område mellem, et sted mellem nordøst spidsen af Yucatán og sydvestspidsen af Cuba, hvor hvalhajerne befinder sig i juni måned. 190 more words

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Well: finally some updates

I actually haven’t got any excuse for not having written anything. Yes, I have been busy but not so busy that I couldn’t have opened WordPress and posted some short notes. 187 more words

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Diving Lady Elliot Island

We just spent a weekend diving around Lady Elliot Island in the Southern Great Barrier Reef.  The diving out from this island can be spectacular.  You are guaranteed to see manta rays, turtles, cobia, reef sharks and other larger pelagic fish as well as the smaller stuff (if you can drag yourself away from the awsome spectacle of the manta rays). 204 more words

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Real or Fake? 20-foot Manta Ray

We saw this crazy photo of a giant Manta Ray taken a long time ago. A debate began on whether or not the photo was real. 399 more words

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What Lurks Beneath

In honor of the close of “Shark Week”, and, For Captain Ahab and my family – blood and other.

My brother is brave.  Military, kinda-brave.  I’ve not seen him shaken up but once in my life. 651 more words

Yes, Indeedy

Celebrating 15 years of diving

During the Summer break of my 11th grade I worked as a technician in an editing studio in Tel-Aviv, with a goal to save enough money for a diving course.The job wasn’t too exciting, and as soon as I had the money I quit and a group of eight friends of mine headed to Eilat, Israel to the Manta diving center, where we completed the Advanced Open Water course. 97 more words

Cruising around the Yasawa Islands - Bula continued

After my last night at Mantaray, I boarded the small boat that brought me and my luggage to the bigger catamaran in the deeper water. Every time the Fiji guys carried our heavy suitcases onto these small shaky boats and every time I was afraid they’d drop it in the water (they do get slightly wet on the boats and once they dropped another suitcase into the shallow water, so it’s probably smart not to leave the electronics in the suitcase). 1,615 more words

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