|Under the cashew tree...in Anilao|
Posted by Merry on May 03, 2013 at 08:53:51:|
The boatmenís vast experience and attention to detail was key to the ease of diving there. Dive gear and cameras were always managed like we would have done it ourselves. We were never rushed, and dive times were only limited by how much air we had.
Boatmen Obet and Jeremy with Dr. Elias Amador and Kevin. Rumor has it that Dr. Eli is fond of termites...or is that Zung?
The diversity of marine life in this area is truly staggering. Each of the 18 sites we dove offered something different. It would take weeks of photography and many trips to Anilao to capture the essence of each habitat and the array of animals. (But we would volunteer to do it.)
This is the most unusual jelly I saw, but canít find the ID.
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