Location: Cueva del Agua, Spain Dive time: 236 minutes Temperature: 29 deg C Maximum depth: 16 meters Average depth: 10.3 meters Tanks: 2×12 steel back gas, 2xS80 stage Gas: Nx 32% AdvertisementsRead More Lost on thermal water
There are thousands if not millions of posts about swimming with whales, not only in Tonga, but all over the world. You can find photos everywhere, videos, and other media resources, and all of them are amazing and a once in a lifetime experience. That first time when you have a humpback whale swimming towards […]Read More Starring and Whaling part II: Living with alive icebergs
Tux Kupaxa Cenote, Tulum, Mexico Maximum Depth: 13 meters Average Depth: 9 meters Dive Time: 218 minutes Gases: 32% Team: Emir & Kostya & BelenRead More Happy Friday!!!
From my little universe!!! it’s full of stars!!Read More Hello World!
What a better way of coming back to your own country by doing the same as you did when you left? I decided to do the Santiago Pilgrim’s way, O Camiño de Santiago, in Galician; is one of the most popular walks in Europe, and also all over the world, because of its history, landscapes […]Read More Chasing numbers – O Camiño
I’ve been a bit quiet lately, some preparations were behind that, the water always keeps me busy. The blue mao mao, always lovely to swim with them, accompanied me during the last training days before the big corse. What a lovely fish! Why would they like that much arches, sun and shadows? would they feel […]Read More Perspective – Floating in fish
The perfect storm – storms underwater. They can come from the above or below, but they are always fun to watch, with the perspective and freedom that zero gravity gives youRead More Where am I?