1. Whale Fan Club

    from @marineactionresearch - One last whale post until next season ! What an amazing 5 months we’ve had with these beautiful animals 🐋🐋 . This was one of the many encounters we had this year . Every whale encounter is different (shallow dive , deep dive , 5 seconds , 5 minutes . . ) , but each time it’s an experience you will never forget 💙 . Come join us for next years season , we still have s . . .


    • 2018-11-04 00:00
  2. Pregnancy Resource Center Medical Clinic

    Drink plenty of water ! If you scheduled an ultrasound we will sit and drink water with you . Love is at the center of our Center NO COST TO YOU: Pregnancy testing Limited OB ultrasound Pregnancy decision consult STD/STI consult Earn While You Learn BOOKAPPT www . prcmedicalclinic . com/appointment/ MOBILE CLINIC INFO www . prcmobile . clinic CALL or TEXT 949 . 334 . 7722 BLOG LIFE: www . prcmedicalclinic . co . . .


    • 2018-10-01 00:00
  3. let`s go!! Join us in our next dives!! Season Challenge PADI...

    Let`s go ! ! Join us in our next dives ! ! Season Challenge PADI 5* Dive Resort The first #dive was in Arco do Cavaco (24 meters max . ) a rocky #dive site with a beautiful #underwater arch , lava flows and a great diversity of fish species to observe . The second #dive was in the famous World War II cargo ship - Dori . This artificial reef is a beautiful #archaeological site , full of marine life to obse . . .


    • 2017-07-05 00:00
  4. Majestic Whale Encounters

    Beautiful footage of a beautiful experience #Repost @adamfreediver with @get_repost ・・・ One of the BEST experiences of my life ! We jumped in the water and there was a young male and female humpback whale . They were so curious and played with us , danced with us and swam with us for 45 minutes ! I never expected such an extraordinary experience with these giants ! @whaledivetonga #tonga #humpba . . .


    • 2018-08-04 00:00
  5. Striped butterfly fish ..

    Good evening my dear friends . . Striped butterfly fish ( Chaetodon fasciatus ) . . Reach up to 23 cm . at depth 2 - 25 m . . This species seen in pairs , rarely solitary or in loose aggregations of up to 15 individuals swimming along the fringing reefs . It feeds on coral polyps , also on worms and small crustaceans which are hidden among the coral branches . . Ras abu Gallum protected are . . #Dahab # . . .


    • 2018-07-28 00:00