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Churches of Pampanga Philippines Churches of Pampanga Philippines
scubadivingnomad - 12/04/2016 8:27 AM
St James the Apostle Church: Betis, Guagua Pampanga This church is considered one of the finest remaining example of a Colonial Spanish Church. The details in the ceiling paintings and the quality of the carvings behind the alter attracted the devoted and art lovers alike. Churches of Pampanga PhilippinesFrom the late 1500’s to 1898, the Philippines were a colony of Spain. The Spanish’s mandate from the Pope was to find new lands and convert the heathens to Christianity. At the time,...
The Cobbler’s Children Have No Shoes The Writer No Blogs The Cobbler’s Children Have No Shoes The Writer No Blogs
scubadivingnomad - 11/21/2016 10:06 PM
As a writer, This point came home to me as I visited different exhibitors at the DEMA show last week. DEMA is the Dive Equipment Manufacturers Association. Each year they have an annual convention and a trade show. It attracts thousands upon thousands of individuals and companies from around the world. It is not a consumer show, but one that is meant to bring together professionals in the industry. I was there with a media pass and as I talked to different people in the industry I realized that ...
Visiting a Turtle Hospital in Florida! Visiting a Turtle Hospital in Florida!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 11/21/2016 2:45 PM
Right in the middle of the Florida Keys there is a operating turtle hospital for the rescue, rehabilitation and release of sea turtles. The Turtle Hospital on Marathon Key has its own turtle ambulances, surgery room and intensive care! diveoclock.com/blog/Turtle_Hospital/...
Diving into the History of SCUBA! Diving into the History of SCUBA!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 11/21/2016 2:45 PM
If you like SCUBA diving, do not miss out on this museum explaining all about the history of exploring the underwater world! diveoclock.com/blog/Diving_museum/...
Second Lobster Diver Of The Night
PSD - 11/21/2016 2:11 PM
November 18, 2016 Once everyone was back on board, Nice Bob decided to move to a better spot a few minutes down the coast. The visibility looked good on the surface; I was the first one over board. Logged SCUBA Dive #504 Solo Diving SECRET LOCATION: 41 73 20 74 68 65 20 43 61 […]...
Finally! A Lobster Boat and a Lobster Dive!
PSD - 11/19/2016 6:32 PM
November 18, 2016 Sorry for slacking lately! I’ve had some issues other than diving to take care of, and since this blog is only a small tax write off, I am forced to keep my regular job as a full time peon. Chipper told me about a lobster boat that Nice Bob was chartering and […]...
SCUBA Diving in the Florida Keys! SCUBA Diving in the Florida Keys!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 10/29/2016 11:04 PM
Exploring the Florida Keys! Find out where to dive, what to see and how much it costs! diveoclock.com/destinations/USA/Florida/Florida_Keys/...
Muck diving at the Blue Heron Bridge in Florida! Muck diving at the Blue Heron Bridge in Florida!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 10/28/2016 11:04 PM
Searching for critters two weeks after Hurricane Matthew, with construction work and heavy rain carrying a surface buoy in surface current! diveoclock.com/destinations/USA/Florida/Blue_Heron_Bridge/...
Cuddling with Manatees in Homosassa, Florida! Cuddling with Manatees in Homosassa, Florida!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 10/27/2016 11:04 PM
Imagine yourself swimming with sea cows! They are round, big and super sweet. The most amazing trip! diveoclock.com/destinations/USA/Florida/Homosassa/...
Overfishing: Extinction of Most Species by 2048
Richcoast - 10/27/2016 6:00 PM
Fishing is a way of life essential to the livelihood and food security of 200 million people who mainly live in developing countries. One of five people on Earth depends on fish as the main source of protein. However, the ocean is not limitless and we are catching fish faster than they can reproduce; the […]...
Kelp forests and lobster diving in Malibu, California! Kelp forests and lobster diving in Malibu, California!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 10/10/2016 3:12 PM
Sunny Malibu Beach, along the South Pacific highway and close to Los Angeles, Santa Monica and Hollywood, offers some very interesting diving! diveoclock.com/destinations/North_America/USA/California_Malibu/...
New Divemaster Packages
Richcoast - 9/27/2016 7:39 PM
Here at Rich Coast Diving we train quit a few PADI dive masters. Most come and join us for the 3 month internship and receive the top notch training that gets them ready to be a PADI pro anywhere in the world. The world is moving faster and people seem to have less time, everything […]...
Diving around Apia, Samoa! Diving around Apia, Samoa!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 9/26/2016 11:04 PM
How interesting is diving in Samoa compared to other countries in the South Pacific? diveoclock.com/destinations/Oceania/Samoa/Apia/...
Another Dive, Another Trip and Lobster Season
PSD - 9/26/2016 6:18 AM
Having not been able to put a SCUBA diving trip together for several years, I stumbled onto the diving trip of a life time. It is a group tour in July 2017 that originates in Vladivostok, Russia… and after eight days, ends back in Vladivostok, Russia. I wired my deposit last week. Other than that, […]...
Diving Fiji: The soft coral capital of the world! Diving Fiji: The soft coral capital of the world!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 9/18/2016 10:55 PM
Laying in the South Pacific with tropical waters and an amazing Polynesian culture - Fiji is a tropical paradise! Find out about diving Mellow Yellow in the famous Bligh Water after Cyclone Winston! diveoclock.com/destinations/Oceania/Fiji/Bligh_Water/...
Million Dollar Point, diving in a huge US Army dump yard in Vanuatu! Million Dollar Point, diving in a huge US Army dump yard in Vanuatu!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 9/18/2016 10:55 PM
WRECKS, WRECKS, WRECKS! This incredible place is a dump yard with millions of dollars worth of goods from the US Army in clear South Pacific waters! diveoclock.com/destinations/Oceania/Vanuatu/Million_Dollar_Point/...
The SCUBA Beer fine rules! The SCUBA Beer fine rules!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 9/18/2016 10:55 PM
All over the world dive instructors apply the beer fine law for common ’mistakes’ made by new divers. Beer fines are there for a reason! Can you name at least 3 suitable occasions for buying your instructor a beer? diveoclock.com/quiz/6_Beer_fine_rules/...
The ultimate shark encounter at Beqa Lagoon, Fiji! The ultimate shark encounter at Beqa Lagoon, Fiji!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 9/18/2016 10:55 PM
Get your adrenaline pumping and dive with countless sharks without a cage in Fiji! See Bull sharks, Tiger sharks, Silvertips and many other shark species in one single dive! Show time! diveoclock.com/destinations/Oceania/Fiji/Beqa_sharks/...
Things to Consider Before Deep Wreck Diving! Things to Consider Before Deep Wreck Diving!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 9/17/2016 11:04 PM
Is it safe to dive deep and inside wrecks? Things that can go wrong, the limits of different levels of recreational diving and things to know about extra equipment and procedures. diveoclock.com/blog/Wreck_Deep/...
The Ultimate List to Compare IDCs! The Ultimate List to Compare IDCs!
Marlies-Diveoclock - 9/16/2016 11:04 PM
Find the right IDC for you with comparable information about different dive centers, Course directors! Including package deals, dive locations and prices! diveoclock.com/blog/IDC_list/...