No matter how old you get, carving a pumpkin for Halloween never gets old! Especially if you increase the challenge and get suited up in your scuba gear to carve your pumpkin underwater! Add to that a fun Halloween costume that can get wet and you are truly getting the whole experience!
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Dive in and venture beneath the surface, see the stunning geological formations, and swim among the rich tapesty of marine life at Islas los Coronados.
Just inside the U.S. Mexican Sea border a insignificant group of four small rocky islands appear: Islas los Coronados, known as The Coronados Islands. Recreational SCUBA divers and professional filmmakers come here to experience the stunning underwater landscape and rich tapestry of colors. It is indeed on of the Blue Marble Planet's hidden treasures.
Off the coast of Southern California we took a boat trip looking for marine mammals.
"Thanks to Carl Mayhugh and the crew of the Sea Explorer and the Ocean Institute of Dana Point for a magnificent cetacean observing trip."
Martin Cortina is from Mexico City, Mexico. He came to San Diego in June to receive his Scuba instruction.
Alan Blake of Al's Diving is his instructor.
Here is an interview with Martin Cortina.