Hawksbill turtle sightings are frequent in my dives in the TCI and it always amazes me to watch them or swim next to them.
Tourist divers go crazy for these turtles and it’s always a big topic of discussion on the boat after a dive.
Lately, I have been noticing a lot less lion fish at 20 meters depth and have seen more down past 30 meters. I guess these guys are wise to what is happening to them as they are being hunted down with no restraint in the islands.
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Hey James! I can’t wait to look for all of these when I start diving!
I have to do my diving course ASAP, otherwise I won’t have time!!
Miss you brother!
so you are doing the course at Sesimbra? brrrrrrr! you will freeze this time of year.
well at least when you get out here, you can just go diving….. i wonder if Joana kept her PADI book in lisboa
bjs and see you soon!
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