Whatever dive mood you’re in Bonaire has a site to match it! Want to go on a lazy dive with an easy entry/exit? No problem. Feeling adventurous? Check out Oil Slick Leap or the famous 1000 Steps. One thing’s for sure, whichever site you choose you won’t be disappointed.
The rest of the country is cooling down and the winter tourists have started trickling back into the islands. Now that we’re been here a while we can easily spot an island newbie from a mile away. So while other parts of the country are marking the arrival of winter by natural occurrences such as frigid, Read More
If you’re in Bonaire to DIVE, DIVE, DIVE then you’ll likely have a day on land before your flight home. What to do? Go see the donkeys at the sanctuary! I promise they’ll make you laugh harder than you have in a long time! Your visit also allows the sanctuary to continue providing for the, Read More
Happy Thanksgiving from Key Largo everyone! This is our second Thanksgiving down here. Last year I was sad and homesick and we spent the day alone. We knew people but we hadn’t quite found our circle yet. I forgot how hard it is to start over somewhere new. It’s even harder when you work, Read More
We’re getting off this rock in a few days and heading to another rock. We’ve been planning to take a trip for a while now but the 2017 hurricane season had other plans for us. We already have the flight credit and the time off of work which we either use or lose so we’re, Read More
Irma swept most of the sand from the reefs leaving me worried about my favorite sand dwellers. After 6 hours underwater I finally found a single yellow head jawfish living in a rocky hole on French Reef. Pre-Irma, I could easily find 20 of them in an hour on French so their numbers are, Read More
The Keys are definitely in a catch-22 situation right now. It’s been widely advertised that the Keys are open for business. The economy here needs tourists to survive and recover but you should know what to expect when you get here. I haven’t been down to Key West yet but I can tell you the, Read More
Irma took almost all of the sand that used to surround the reefs with her. So what happened to the critters who make their home in the sand? It’s a great question and one I don’t have an answer to… yet. Let’s take a look at what we’ve been able to find so far.
I couldn’t wait to see the reefs post Irma. A huge shoutout to Ocean Divers and Rainbow Reef for hosting a free dive for locals to take a break from the storm cleanup. That was extremely generous and much appreciated!
A lot of people are asking how they can help the Keys post Irma … the answer is simple….