has been going a long time and I am too lazy to check it's birth date. I returned to the island to do my divemaster qualification after stumbling on the place from a conversation I had with two kiwi backpackers I met. That was in the Bananatree Bungalows on 21st Street Miami Beach Hostel (sadly no longer there). I made many friends there during a period of my life that was extremely pleasurable- I was very lucky. I also worked in web and web design and so while I was there I bought the domain and quickly put very little of interest on the website. I was too busy relaxing and diving! I never once had the desire to quit the website and never will in my current frame of mind.

I do hope to improve the content but in truth I have not lived on the island for some time. I do plan a return when my circumstances will allow (I'm not in jail in case you are wondering). So in fact this website allows me to be closer to it and really it has some useful info that I don't feel should just be turned off. I hope you might help me in sharing this website address around and in sending me images and stories or reviews so that I can keep the website fresh and new.

Cal Founder.


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Try to work on not kicking nor touching the reef. Try to avoid letting garbage get into the delicate ecosystem.

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