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Becoming a Diver, Wrecks and Seals - the Dive Journey Continues (Part Two)

October 7, 2020

Becoming a Diver, Wrecks and Seals - the Dive Journey Continues (Part Two)

My big question this week is: How do you go on a dive to see a wreck, shine your torch on the wreck, get your photo taken next to the wreck, return to the []

Áreas Protegidas y los Desafíos Que Enfrenta el Mundo Natural

September 18, 2020

Áreas Protegidas y los Desafíos Que Enfrenta el Mundo Natural

Versión inglesa disponible

 

Vivimos en tiempos muy importantes y decisivos para la historia de la humanidad y todos los seres vivos con los que compartimos nuestro hogar, el planeta Tierra. Hemos []

Protected Areas & The Challenges Facing The Natural World

September 18, 2020

Protected Areas & The Challenges Facing The Natural World

Spanish version available

 

We live in a very important time for the history of humanity and all living beings we share our home with. We have made such an impact on the []

To Reach 100 Meters, One Must First Worry About Meter 1

July 9, 2020

To Reach 100 Meters, One Must First Worry About Meter 1

Photos courtesy of Alex St. Jean

My name is Pepe Salcedo, and I currently live in Playa del Carmen, Mexico where I run Blackfin Freediving, a professional SSI []

Do Whales and Sea Turtles do Decompression?

July 29, 2019

Do Whales and Sea Turtles do Decompression?

Often, while I am diving on coral reefs I observe turtles resting on a ledge. It’s always around the 10m/30ft mark. Getting close to them usually reveals that the turtles are neither asleep nor foraging, []

Traveling to Russia in the middle of winter...worth it

May 30, 2019

Traveling to Russia in the middle of winter...worth it

“Hey dad do you want to go dive Orda Cave in Russia with me and Nick?” “Sure, when?” “December!” “What is wrong with you? No one goes to Russia in the middle of the freezing []

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