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Anyone going in early August? I be going again from 8/6/09-8/10/09. This is my once-a-year trip by myself that the wifey agrees to. Just a few days of R&R. 8 dives in 3 days. Easy to get to from NYC! I know the island pretty well, got the bus routes down, & have my favorite shopping places for art & whatever else. Yup! I did the shark dives again last year. Best yet in that were between 30 & 40 of 'em. I wore the "chain mail" suit myself in 1999 with Nassau Scuba Center. It was great fun & only cost about $400. I land "on island" at 10am, take the afternoon shuttle to Stewart Coves, give 'em the completed-in-advance paper work, leave my gear. Hang out. Chat with Vivian(a), & take the afternoon shuttle to City Market on Cable Beach & buy my food & yummies that I eat in the room at the Orange Hill. This'll be my 5th trip to the island & I still haven't been to paradise island.
There once was a diver named Mark, who liked to dive deep with a shark.
But Mark wasn't happy 'cause the shark got too snappy
& his bite was much worse than his bark. Les The Prez.