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scuba babe - NY USA 

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Gender
Female
Favorite Dive Gear
My Bio Fins
Favorite Dive Locations
Cairns, Belize.
Activities
None, lately
Interests
None, lately
Favorite Music
Pretty much anything that was on the jukebox at Molly´s in the French Quarter in the 90´s.
Favorite TV Shows
Iron Chef, House Hunters (for reals), Reno 911
Favorite Movies
To Kill a Mockingbird, Rear Window, IL Postino, Jezebel, L.A. Confidential, Muriel´s Wedding, Finding Neverland, Forgetting Sarah Marshall and of course, A Night at the Roxbury -"did you just grab my a*s?"
Favorite Books
I don´t read (unless recipes from Food & Wine count).
Favorite Quotes
"love, just love"

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Hi, if you like to dive around the world I am inviting you to see the first city in America, Santa Marta, at the foot of the tallest mountain in the tropic and a fortress build against the pirate´s attacks in Cartagena and dive along these two sites in the Colombian Caribbean, to do some spearfishing, photo, underwater video, wreck diving, etc., let me know the dates of your stay here to set you up and show you around, thanks
Written by costeno on 4/4/2010
Where to begin? So, do tell. Where do you begin?
Written by whoelsebutbob on 4/2/2010
The red lionfish, a tropical native of the Indian and Pacific oceans that probably escaped from a Florida fish tank, is showing up everywhere — from the coasts of Cuba and Hispaniola to Little Cayman´s pristine Bloody Bay Wall, one of the region´s prime destinations for divers.Wherever it appears, the adaptable predator corners fish and crustaceans up to half its size with its billowy fins and sucks them down in one violent gulp.Research teams observed one lionfish eating 20 small fish in less than 30 minutes.´´This may very well become the most devastating marine invasion in history,´´ said Mark Hixon, an Oregon State University marine ecology expert who compared lionfish to a plague of locusts. ´´There is probably no way to stop the invasion completely.´´Went to the Aquarium yesterday with kids in tow and found out about this; unfortunately could be a big problem
Written by SurfBum on 3/31/2010
Just found out we´re going on a 7 day cruise for the parents 50th anniversary....Ever dive in Haiti?
Written by SurfBum on 3/16/2010
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SurfBum, sorry for those posts, not sure why it is posting my comments as your name.
Written by SurfBum on 3/27/2010
not haiti, but i dove the Dominican Republic last September with a Haitian divemaster. beautiful. saw a lionfish, which aren´t native to the area, though.
Written by SurfBum on 3/27/2010
not haiti, but i dove the Dominican Republic last September with a Haitian divemaster. beautiful. saw a lionfish, which aren´t native to the area, though.
Written by SurfBum on 3/27/2010
You saw Il Postino with me.
on 3/3/2010
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Great. Now you ruined it for me. Just kidding. I forgot about this account. I seriously need to update it. Did I really name myself ´scuba babe´? Yikes.
Written by scuba babe on 3/15/2010

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