It has been fun looking back at my past blog postings…Brought back lots of memories. Here is a post from May 2017…The water is warming up and the visibility looking good. We have been seeing lots of white-tip reef sharks and some nurse sharks at several of our local dive sites including Tortuga, Sorpresa, and Virador. It has been several years since I saw white-tips at Virador. Catalinas has also been a good place to see the sharks plus the high energy entertainment of the huge mantas AND we snorkeled with a sailfish.  April was a month for seahorses plus a lot of other strange creatures.  We had lots of fun and dove with some really cool people… Enjoy 🙂

Seahorses, caballitos del mar, are hard to find. My brother-in-law says,”You have to feel their presence.” We found several. One of our customers, Diana, found one snorkeling in front of Occidental Grand Papagayo.

Pretty cool that Rusty II has a heart shaped hole on the port side of the wreck. We also found a heart shaped wreath of baby’s breath coral and puffers. Puffers are so adorable.

This is what happens when you put your gopro on speed shoot and don’t realize it.

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LOL, I took lots of pictures of me checking my air, letting air out of my inflater hose..etc. Pretty funny. I thought this was sort of a cool picture.

Until next time, Live…Love…Laugh and Dive Amigos!

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