fish joey, i guess you've noticed. I tend to like keeping corals because they are so much more challenging to keep. When i first started SW i was really into fish but now that i've been around for so long i'm now into corals especially sps. When i went to hawaii i was really trying to learn the natural habitat of corals so i could mimik their requirements in my aquarium. So sorry, i don't have too many pictures with fish. But here's what i have
fish joey, no i've never been to bonaire but I've been to so many of the caribbean area because of where i live. Been to mexico, cayman islands, honduras, jamaica, grenada, venezuela, bahamas and so many others. i will go to australia one day to swim and see the great barrier reef but first i'm secheduled to travel to italy up the amalfi coast and S. france early next year.
Auntie kimmie, i when i went to hawaii i mainly snorkled by the molokini reef. i did swim in the beaches but found the waters too cold to my liking. i did helicopter rides, and other hawaii tourist things. so i guess it was just one of those things to be done on a huge list.
Hey all, snorkelling is one of my passions, and I have been lucky enough to have lived in the pristine rainforest setting of the beautiful Pioneer Valley of Northern Australia. The valley is croc free, and has some of the most stunning rainforest in the world, including Eungella National Park...
Hello everyone. I recently got my scuba diving license. I scheduled a diving trip to the Florida Keys but everyday was rained out. The only place i have dived was in michigan and it was a shipwreck. It was amazing. I really want to dive in saltwater though. Any places I should go?
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