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Friday, 5 December 2014

Diving in Cozumel

I managed to get in two dives during our brief stop in Cozumel. This place has some of the best coral and dayglow fish in the Americas. They take  us to very good spots but not the best available.

On the first dive I'm a little surprised to see a silent submarine glide past. It's the Atlantis, I think. They take tourists to see the reef and fish.

It rained all day yesterday in Costa Maya. No pictures. Finally saw some sunset pulling out of Cozumel and steaming back to Tampa this evening.

Some of the newer cruise ships displace more tons than the Titanic. They are really unsinkable unless you have a Greek crew watching the soccer games instead of the reefs.

The dive boat takes a funny list when one 200 pound diver switches sides to get water leaving four on my side and two on the other.

Mrs. Phred stays home and reads.

Goodbye Central America. Hello Tampa.

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