We’ve been out on three dive trips so far. I struggled a bit with the camera settings but I do have a couple pictures to share. The size and quantity of fish in the area seems different than what we are use to but it may be caused by the warmer than usual temperatures. Our dive trip yesterday to Morro de Potosi was to hopefully see the shark we saw in past trips. We saw his cave but the shark was not there. The abundance of their favorite fish in the area also suggests he has moved on. We were fortunate to have a lady on the boat that is studying the humpback whales in the area. She brought her hydrophone on board to listen for whales. We did not hear any this time but we are hoping she will be coming with us in a couple weeks for a blue water dive. The plan for the blue water dive is to go around 10 miles from shore in search of what may be a migratory path. Once we think we’ve found it we will descend into the ocean to maybe 40 feet. The hope is that we will have a chance to see larger fish and possibly whales as they migrate. Wish us luck! Here are a few dive pictures so far:
Biking trip to Playa Linda
We bussed from Zihuatanejo to Ixtapa where we rented bikes with our friends from White Rock B.C. The path from Ixtapa to Playa Linda is an excellent bike trail. It is mostly flat, paved and has markers every 0.5 km and maps.
Some of our days were completed by watching the sunset from Rossy’s. So tranquil!