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Bonaire Dive Log: La Danias Leap To Karpata

One of Bonaires more spectacular shore dives. From the four foot jump in at La Danias, the deep vertical walls and the plunging reef drop off, to the huge abundance of hard corals; a dive not to be missed.

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country: Netherlands Antilles

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 Bonaire Dive Log: Sabadeco Pier

Bonaire Dive Log: Sabadeco Pier

This is our "House dive". For six months or so, we had the privilege of seeing …moreThis is our "House dive". For six months or so, we had the privilege of seeing this Frogfish (named "eduardina" by my nephew) nearly every dive. She is the most active Frogfish I've ever seen! Also lots of Boga action, including cleaning behavior. less

Bonaire Dive Log: Bari Reef

Bonaire Dive Log: Bari Reef

Blennylips Bonaire dive log video. Sand Dollar house reef. Tour led by the inc…moreBlennylips Bonaire dive log video. Sand Dollar house reef. Tour led by the incomparable Bill & Prawphan. This is the E-ticket dive tour! Amazing collection of critters on this reef. Highlights were turtles, seahorse, and a frogfish. less

Bonaire Dive Log: Hilma Hooker

Bonaire Dive Log: Hilma Hooker

Blennylips Bonaire dive log video. Bonaire's most famous and accessible wreck d…moreBlennylips Bonaire dive log video. Bonaire's most famous and accessible wreck dive. Usually pretty crowded, but not too many this time. Can count on Tarpon and schooling Jacks with a nice reef to decompress on on the way back to shore. less

Bonaire Dive Log: Andrea II

Bonaire Dive Log: Andrea II

For nearly a year, every time we dove north of Andrea II, we saw this school of…moreFor nearly a year, every time we dove north of Andrea II, we saw this school of Bogas. This time the Jacks and Barracuda were circling, looking for a meal. less

Bonaire Dive Log: Yellow Submarine

Bonaire Dive Log: Yellow Submarine

Right in the front of downtown Playa, this dive is always interesting. This ti…moreRight in the front of downtown Playa, this dive is always interesting. This time 2 beautiful Seahorses, a feeding Hawksbill Turtle and a band of maurading French Grunts intent on nipping at our hands! less

Bonaire Dive Log: Cai Channel

Bonaire Dive Log: Cai Channel

Sometimes treacherous, this dive was as good as it gets. Famous for schooling T…moreSometimes treacherous, this dive was as good as it gets. Famous for schooling Tarpon, we also say a Spotted Eagle Ray and two rare Nassau Grouper. less

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The Mekong River in Phnom Penh

The Mekong River in Phnom Penh

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Morocco overview

Morocco overview

The Oussaden Tour starts in Rabat, the present capital of Morocco. Plenty to …moreThe Oussaden Tour starts in Rabat, the present capital of Morocco. Plenty to see. Not to miss the great Mohammed V Mausoleum with the Hassan Tower. The Medina with its blue walls. The Atlantic beaches are wide and pristine. A stop at the Holy City Of Moulay Idriss where the founder of Islam is buried and then on to the archaeological site of the Roman ruins at Volubilis. From here travel to the Imperial City of Meknes and then on to Fez, the first Imperial City which was built in 790 A.D. by Moulay Idriss II. This is the world last surviving Medieval city with great monuments, a Medina with bustling souks and the oldest tanneries in the world. The drive to Erfoud is 300 miles over the dramatic Atlas Mountains. Then on by four-wheel drive to the sand dunes of Merzouga. Overnight in a Berber Bivouac in the desert and sunrise watch on camel back. Spectacular. Travel West along the Anti-Atlas Mountains to ElKelaa des M'Goun and past the ancient city of Tinerhir into the Gorges du Todra. On to Ouarzazate with a stop at the sprawling and impressive Atlas Film Studios where Gladiator and Kundun were filmed. A stop in Ait Ben Haddou, probably the most picturesque ancient medieval city. In Marrakech a visit to the monumental Saadian Tombs, the Medina and Djemaa Elfna, a grand open theater with storytellers, fire eaters, snake-charmers and endless open-air restaurants. The Majorelle Gardens, Yves St Laurent former residence, are a must. Then on to Essaouira, an 800 year old Atlantic port with a massive fort and great seafood restaurants. ( Fact: Jimi Hendrix lived here for a while and did not want to leave!) Contact: www.oussadentours.com info@oussadentours.com less

Cayman went

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A truly green story inspired by a miraculous true occurrence and the natural be…moreA truly green story inspired by a miraculous true occurrence and the natural beauty of a place. Cayman Went tells the story of a Hollywood actor, Josh Anders, who is forced onto an island paradise and is eventually swept away by the beauty of the Cayman Islands. Along the way, he helps cleanse the environment and his soul, while learning about himself, and the exquisite marine and island wildlife. Starring Michael Lombardi, Suzie Miszner and Jeffrey de Munn, directed by Bobby Sheehan, written by Bobby Sheehan and Jim Ritterhof. Produced by Gil Wordsworth. 90 minutes . 2008 www.working-pictures.com less

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Grand Cayman: Sunset House Dive

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Grand Cayman: Eagle Ray Pass Dive

Grand Cayman: Eagle Ray Pass Dive

Our first dive on the north sound wall. Spectacular! Along the wall top are a…moreOur first dive on the north sound wall. Spectacular! Along the wall top are a series of deep canyons, some of them almost tunnels, that open out onto the sheer deep drop of the wall. Nice soft corals. Fish highlight was an Ocean Triggerfish. less

Grand Cayman: Lemon Reef Dive

Grand Cayman: Lemon Reef Dive

Second dive of the day where we stick to the shallower part of the reef. We we…moreSecond dive of the day where we stick to the shallower part of the reef. We were treated to a squadron of five Eagle Rays cruising along the top of the wall...Magnificent! less