Tagged: Snorkelling

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Scuba Diving and Snorkeling in Cyprus

I think Morgan and I spent more time snorkeling whilst on Holiday in Cyprus than we did anything else. Anna did some snorkelling with us too. The water was warm and the most comfortable place to be. The sea was clear and although there wasn’t huge amounts of life there was plenty to see. We...

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Our Giant Aquarium

Another day and the summer of 2018 continues to astound with yet another day of wall to wall sunshine and temperatures up into the 30’s. What better way to start the day that a dip into our giant aquarium with an early morning swim. 10 of us out today with the Aberystwyth Aquanuts swimming from...

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More Snorkelling

Just a quick video today as we managed to press the wrong buttons on the GoPro do missed much of the snorkelling action today. All of the diving and swimming around under the water, the lobster, the blennies and the clear blue seas failed to record as we were just taking random snapshots rather than...

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My Kind of Day

The half-term continues and amazingly the weather continues to impress too. Further east in the country people are complaining of the cold, wet, miserable weather, but here in the west it has been gorgeous for ages now. Sunshine from 4 am until the sun sets at around 9:30pm and temperatures up into the 20’s everyday. Wind...

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Snorkelling in Borth

We’re certainly making the most of the Summer Holidays. It may only be the first day but with gorgeous weather there’s just so much to do. If only we could have some proper time off at home to fit it all in. Morgan and I have been busy today though. After our Big Butterfly Count...

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Snorkelling in Borth

Me and Dad had fun this afternoon snorkelling, I got half my wetsuit on first at home  and then we drove to Borth and I got the other half of my wetsuit on. We walked down onto the beach and got into the sea the sea wasn’t that cold we could almost walk out to...

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