There are three big things that fascinated me when I was little and made me decide that diving was going to be a big part of my life. Two of them are, of course, the movie “The Big Blue” and “Captain Cousteau”. And the third one?
Constantly watching the Tropical Storm Isaac over us. It’s going to affect where our boat is tied up, so hoping it does no damage. I’ve been checking the webcam in our marina but webcam is now down. Not a great sign!
Can’t decide if this marina cam is good or bad. Very cool feature but I’m obsessing about it, keep looking but if something happens there isn’t much we can do anyway. Our boat is the one with the red arrow well the only one
Although we couldn’t capture on camera, we came across a spectacular moment today where while getting ready to dive, right in front of our both, a huge spotted eagle ray jumped like 2 meters out of the water, looking at us. We couldn’t believe our eyes. Didn’t even know eagle rays are known to jump like that. Will never forget the sight.
Enjoying the olympics these days. Remembering how while watching ’84 as a 5 year old, I’d run in our living room and say to my parents: “I’m running faster, Why dont they give me a medal?”
We are in talls to realize one of my childhood dreams. Hope we can get the needed permissions to film what we want. Details soon…
This amazing fish, the largest of the grouper family, lives in the warm parts of the Atlantic, mostly the Caribbean, and since they like shallow waters, they congregate a lot in the Florida Keys. Continue reading
We’re going to the Florida springs today, to get set with our diving locations for the caves episode. Every excited about since caves always fascinate me.