I was quite impressed with the name of this cave: Trou Madame, and I was really wondering where the name would come from, or what could I expect on the cave. The dive there was already interesting, as it happens with this region in France, the landscapes are stunning, I could not stop looking everywere, […]Read More The Madame
Big vs. Cozy… Which type of caves are your preferred ones? For me to be honest, I love both. The both have something special as any cave. Sometimes I get asked what’s your favorite cave, I always reply I just can’t have one, they are all special to me, and the feelings that away on […]Read More Plura vs Litjaaga
The first time I saw the movie Diving into the Unknown, on a theater in New Zealand back in 2016, my thoguths were that I would never been able to make it to that cave. On the movie, they present it as a deep cave, as it was the rescue of Finish divers who could […]Read More Plurauka 2019
Yes, but… Let’s do it inside our underwater cave!! Yes… you read it right, but let’s start from the begining. A Wedding is always something happy, to share with friends and family, everybody wants their wedding to be the most special one. Then, on the other side, we have caves, and cave divers, all cave […]Read More Will you marry me? YES, but…
It was not a diving intended trip but… Why don’t take the chance, and instead of coming back on a Friday, I could come back on a Sunday! Yes, I could go diving! I’ve already been in South Korea 7 years ago, at that time, I was already a technical diver, but for some reason, […]Read More Do you speak Korean?
A few people from the peninsula in Spain have been to the North of Africa where is not the touristy cities like Marrakesh, Casablanca, Fez or Tunez. Not to talk if we now introduce the diving factor on the equation. With a country surrounded by sea and some caves inland, it looks kind of a […]Read More Al-Huceima, close-by greatly unknown
Today was the time for Camilo again, from cenote Muchachos. Sometimes, you don’t choose places, but the place chooses you. I’ve heard that a few times already, but I never experienced it myself, until now. And it’s all related about the feelings and the peacefulness that you can find there. The plan this time was […]Read More Camilo – back home
I’ve always heard about the blue holes around the world: Bahamas, Belize, Malta … and Dahab. I was super excited to go to Dahab, the main purpose of the trip was of course diving, but also work: I had in mind to do some instructor upgrades for Global Underwater Explorers, and it happened that the […]Read More Dahab… Ohh Yes, The Blue Hole is Here!
Spot the difference! Above and underwater!Read More There is a paradise hidden underwater
Finally!! I got to go to The Lot. I’ve been hearing a lot about this area of France, where usually European people take cave classes, so they don’t need to travel to Mexico or Florida. One of the most famous caves around here is Ressel, and most of the photos that you can see online […]Read More The Famous Ressel