Sun 8, November 2009
Sue pointed out so many things it was really hard to keep up. Most impressive were these giant cuttle fish... enormous.. There was no holding back considering the lengths of this dive... And I felt so sorry since it wasn't my wetsuit ...
Visibility seemed to improve every minute. We spotted 2 hammerheads from the boat while waiting for our second dive. Unfortunately, they were gone when we went back in the water. In the cave, there was the largest turtle I have ever seen. Also, another turtle left the cave swimming just 10cm above my head. There was a giant sting-ray at the far bottom. We entered the cave from the deep side, "climbed" up the chimney and left on the shallow end. I dumped my air a bit too early and therefore needed too much air to climb the chimney. Again 32% Nitrox mixture.
This dive was much better than the day before. Visibility improved, more wildlife, no headache, just plain enjoyable. We entered the cave from the deep side, "climbed" up the chimney and left on the shallow end. Again 32% Nitrox mixture.
Fri 12, February 2016
Con la Gopro no se aprecia bien lo cerca que llegaron a estar algunos de ellos debido al gran angular, pero os aseguro que intercambié con alguno miradas directas a sus ojos que quitan el hipo!! Menuda descarga de adrenalina. Vaya pasada de bichos.
Sat 29, November 2008
Incredible experience, Journey with Gentle Giants. 4 whale sharks. Buddies: Devan, Wanda and Will
Sat 8, November 2014
Always a pleasure at Julian Rocks
Sat 11, January 2014
Wed 4, December 2013
Really good dive, again problems with the right ear due to an onsetting cold