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Evelyn  from Dania Beach FL | Scuba Diver
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submergedboarder - 12/16/2009 8:11 PM
Hi, Evelyn. I’m writing to say "Hi and Merry Christmas" to you. How are you? I hope allis well with you these days. Corey.
zaliana2 - 7/20/2009 9:10 PM
lets do it!! this saturday!!!! 
Nitediver - 7/15/2009 5:49 PM
Thanks!
zaliana2 - 5/24/2009 3:12 PM
good idea. i will upload some pics now. 
zaliana2 - 5/22/2009 8:13 PM
ha ha ha.. COOL> thanks!!! being in Palau was so great!! 
Miami_diver_guy - 5/21/2009 8:35 AM
Hey,

If you google "Culebra" you’ll get a bunch of different hits...if you go, don’t forget to go to "Playa Flamenco" (it’s a breath taking beach...)

http://www.culebradivers.com/culebradivers/welcome.html

I’ll keep in touch for my next dives...let me know how it goes. But this next few days, weather will be kind of bad.

Alex
Nitediver - 5/15/2009 1:43 PM
Yer welcome, Have a great one and a safe one.... Ditto on the met and dive!
Miami_diver_guy - 5/15/2009 10:29 AM
Last weekend I went to Pompano for a trip, with the people from "Deep Relief Dive Charters" and it was very nice...they have a website where you can see the type of dive you want to do (Level 1 for newly certified divers...) I’ll be out of town this weekend, but I’ll let you know next time I go there (I think you live close...)

I did the "Pompano drop off" (long reef where they’ll tell you to dive north and they’ll pick you up (nice to use your compass for the first time, and not too deep...) and the "SS Copenhagen" (a wreck that’s not too deep...) It was a nice first experience out of the instructor’s supervision.

www.deepreliefdivecharters.com

Alex
Miami_diver_guy - 5/15/2009 10:19 AM
If you take a look at the map of the island, you will notice other smaller islands, like "Culebras" or "Vieques" and others, which are part of Puerto Rico; you can usually reach them from Fajardo by boat, and even stay there. There’s also little island (that are more like "keys") like "Palominito", and others...This places have some of the most beautiful beaches I’ve ever seen, and a lot of them are part of the National Park System of the US; and that means they are very well maintained and taken care of. The US Navy used to have a naval base in "Vieques", but they are gone now, and they are trying to develop the area for tourism. This is just a couple of hours away from Miami, and you don’t even need a passport, since it’s US territory. I LOVE PR! : )
Nitediver - 5/15/2009 7:42 AM