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Dives: Just great. Better than Bonaire or Belize IMO. Great reef formations and great healthy walls, with fans, tube sponges, coral and fish life. These reefs are in good shape. I did 12 dives. More about my dives in a later post.
I am really not a good photograher at all but it's a place where you can take good pics if you're not. Guess my OK shots were sheer accident. I'm using a Reef Master by Sealife DC 300 digital 3.5 mega-pixal with external strobe.
Originally Posted by candy jade
:10: OH My god , How good is the vis, Love the pics. So can't wait to get my camera going there. Very inspired. I just posted a thread about going to Thailand then the Carribean in Feb. Thankyou for your very detailed go on the joint. What camera and flash have you. Really cool pics cant wait to see more, still new hear.
You'll like it. Cruise ships have not impacted a great deal, at this point, but I can see where it might some time in the future. At least the good dive shops are keeping the reef crunchers away from real divers.
John - what was the cash situation down there? was there an ATM? Is there any Internet connectivity available?
US dollar is currency, which is accepted in 100% of the places. I'm sure there is an atm but I don't recall seeing one. I did not visit any of the Internet cafes but I think they have them. Maybe someone else can give you a definite on your questions? I don't want to mislead you.