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The Diving is Done

The diving is done, and so is the fun, until next time. Today (Friday) was our last day of diving. We labored to enjoy every moment, as we extended our second dive to over an hour. 76 more words

SCUBA

Getting the line right

After my cave course I realised that the line I was using on my safety spools was subpar. It has become faded and it easily twists so there was always the possibility of risking a bird’s nest when sending up a dSMB. 250 more words

Scuba

PADI Enriched Air Diver Specialty Certification

I completed the PADI Enriched Air Diver course tonight.  It was a good certification and I think it will be useful in for me in my diving career.   300 more words

Caribbean

ScubaPro A700 with MK25 Regulator System- Unbiased User Review

I purchased a ScubaPro A700 with MK25 regulator system about six months ago and I wanted to take the time to write a user review.  I decided to buy this top of the line equipment because I will be diving every day when we are on our voyage in the Caribbean.   303 more words

Caribbean

Fraser Island & the Great Barrier Reef

After Burleigh Heads I made my way up to Hervey Bay. If you can believe it, I got behind the wheel of a car again in order to get there. 843 more words

Australia

Yesterday, Day Four

Yesterday was a busy day. When I finally found time to update the blog, I found I was too tired. As a result, today’s posts will play catch-up. 780 more words

SCUBA

Siquijor

From Dumagete we took the ferry to Siquijor. Siquijor is a small province and a small island. When we arrived we decided to go for a walk to the neighboring waterfall, but was side tracked by a young German who had made the island his home and wanted us to give him an opinion of a guest house he was building. 311 more words

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