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Lin from Fresno CA | Scuba Diver
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I don’t know why my profile says I have 10 dives - I have 162 and have dived from Crete to the So. Pacific.

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divelizard - 6/26/2018 12:00 AM
With continued research, it seems it would be totally necessary to do liveaboard diving - like to Myanmar! But I have a serious problem with seasickness in hot, humid weather.
divelizard - 1/03/2018 6:36 PM
Hi - looking for a female or possibly gay male partner/roommate for a trip to Sipadan in May.
Anyone interested/available?
divelizard - 8/03/2015 4:57 PM
Would Roatan be ’better’ to dive than Bonaire? I don’t do shore diving - can’t hump the gear. Prefer to fall off a boat.
divelizard - 8/03/2015 4:56 PM
What is the ’best’ dive resort to go to in Bonaire? Most Eco, least tourist.
divelizard - 12/14/2014 4:28 PM
Cozumel. Just got back; had a really nice time. Weather was cool - locals think the winter weather is getting cooler there - rainy and very windy for 3 days, settled down 1 day and was warm and lovely 1 day before the wind started picking up again. Stayed at Scuba Club. Really nice, good food, great staff, totally dive oriented, peeps from all over the map were there so had lots of good conversations and pictures to share.
Merely adequate diving. Too much boat traffic + constant dive pressure = declining numbers of fish but still saw fun stuff. Just a very few, small Lionfish above 90 feet but were told there are more and bigger ones deeper. Our dive master was allergic so didn’t hunt them but the other masters did and boy do the nurse sharks love them! A nurse shark came zooming over, butted me up and down looking for a treat!
Only one Nudi; one juvenile spotted Drum, 2 puffer fish, several turtles, spotted rays, one trumpet fish, one Splendid Toadfish, a few Scorpion fish, eels, groupers, parrot fish, triggerfish, goat fish, filefish, trunkfish, grunts, one porcupine fish, squirrel fish, angels, butterflies, a few huge lobsters, a few coral crabs. In 5 days of diving. 3 huge crabs and 4 terrified little octopi on a night dive. That’s all.
Will not be going back but only because I want to see a lot more stuff.
divelizard - 8/05/2014 7:55 AM
Uepi Island Resort on Morovo Lagoon (the largest/longest lagoon in the world with many islands) in the Solomon Islands is supurb! Fantastic diving, lovely people and nice, mostly Australian or NZ guests.
WCReefers - 12/30/2011 10:04 AM
Thanks for the ADD
Greg - 12/29/2011 5:35 AM
Thank you for adding all those divesites!