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Travel Blogs from Tumon
... boat – locked in their shed – but they don’t operate that way. Also, it seems as if most of their Japanese divers are good for one day. Apparently a lot of the tourists from Japan come down for a shopping weekend or a shopping and diving 2 or 3 days so they don’t really have more than one day to dive. At least at this marina, I spotted a large water barrel as we exited the boat and we were able to ...
... Bomb Craters which is just a shore dive and then we did the tourist thing the rest of the time. Now we will be able to do boat dives with MDA. It is a very good thing we went to the trouble of checking in with them a day early because the dive boats leave from different marinas and we had no clue as to where the marinas were located. Luckily our hostess did so she directed us down the road to find the marinas. We ...
... where Internet is still a luxury offering, i couldn't believe i was wired throughout my pub crawl and able to update stuff online. Sweet!
... get my electrolytes back up, some burritos for dinner and that was it.
Woke up early this morning to go to Tumon Bay to see if anything was different in the morning when the light was out. The view of the sun was better and the lighting made the color of the water look a lot better and more clear. I snorkeled there for a couple hours, then went back ...
... as either good luck, or maybe a show of commitment that they'd jump off a cliff together? Hmmmm, Mark and I decided that suicide pacts are a bad idea, but we love each other nonetheless.
We stopped and walked along a grassy bridge and it's dried out riverbed (the water had been diverted a long time ago) and admired the statue of the Sirena... another Chamorro legend... Sirena was a girl who would rather swim than do her chores, and one day ...