I am semi-retired and travel frequently. Four books on travel and scuba diving and an additional book of photography under my name, twelve books ghost written. Niche is scuba diving and travel.
Churches of Pampanga Philippines: Early Spanish Influnces, looks at some of the remaingroup churches from the early Spanish Era of philippine history Soft cover book
Complete Retirement Guide. Text, Photographs, Cover Design and Publishing.
The book covers all aspects that would need to considered before retiring to the Subic Bay Philippines area.
Welcome to the DeeperBlue Beginners Guide to Scuba Diving.
Learn all about how to get into Scuba Diving in this 20-part series....
This Scuba diving guide Has lead the website publisher to offer me a column that currently appears twice a week.
The Column covers a wide range of scuba diving and dive travel topics.
Johan's Beach and Dive Resort - Subic Bay, Philippi...
Luxury Travel and Lifestyle
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News: Getting Ready for the Diving Season? Here are...
The Dive Industry and The Future of Diving – Deeper...
Feature: Diving Malapascua Island Cebu Philippines ...
In the early days of scuba diving, a military surplus life preserver, nick named a Mae West, was an often used flotation device on the surface after a dive. This was replaced by a horse collar style flotation device, which itself was replaced by early BCDs. The double hose regulator was mostly replaced with a regulator with one hose, Oval face masks were replaced with low volume mask. The development of the wet suit provided an alternative to the rubber dry suit in certain waters and the dry suit itself saw changes. The list of improvements even lead scuba diving away from a He-man activity to a family sport.
The Sailing Superyacht Inouï- In Any Language It Is Exciting
When the Sailing Superyacht Inouï makes port or passes you in a Superyacht regatta she will get your attention. The French name translates to WOW -Exciting- Amazing and once you see her, you will never forget her.