Blue Hole

The Blue Hole is reputed as one of the best dives in Guam. It is located on the southern coast of Guam. I picked a night dive to go there. The hole is just that, it’s a natural limeston vertical shaft going down into the reef on the side of a sheer cliff. You can …

Gab Gab II

Raul got us onto the Navy base which is accessible to US citizen but not really sanctioned for scuba use. It is the Clinton administration so don’t ask, don’t tell. There is a little park with a concrete pool right in the side of the bay. It is obviously used for training. Apparently this is …

Eel’s Garden

The Micronesian Dive Shop put on a great lunch for us between dives complete with sushi. For the second dive of the day, we made a short boat ride from Shark Pit to Eel’s Garden. It is named that for the Sand Needles which are eels living in the sand swaying in the tide like …

Shark Pit

With my dive buddy, Raul Estravit, I went on a trip to the Shark Pit, just off the southern coast of Guam, on the Orote Peninsula. Raul drove us to the boat dock. The boat “Scuba Roo” was pretty good size with probably 40 people on board. We sailed out into the pacific to an …

Lake Travis

On the weekend of the 4th of July, Lee and I went with some of Lee’s friends to Lake Travis. Lee’s soon to be wife was unable to go so I used Lee’s wet suit and octopus while he used hers. Lake Travis is a flooded valley so there are pecan groves and lawn mowers …