|Max (Marinus) Blomme|
InterestsComputers, SCUBA diving, underwater photography / videography, classical music (late renaissance to classical era), weather.
Something occurred recently that causes me to point to a support group. I have TN (Trigeminal Neuralgia) and this seems to be the best resource of information.
Want to know about home schooling? From a mother who home schooled her four marvelous children? And wrote a book about it? Then see my sister's site: Sea Change Publications
As of Jan 28 '02 most of my live aboard diving trips have been with Peter Hughes' Dancer Fleet.
But I've also taken some trips with the
1 charter on a Cayman Aggressor (I or II)
1 charter on the Belize Aggressor II
1 charter on the Belize Aggressor III
1 charter on the Turks & Caicos Aggressor
The majority of my underwater camera gear came from Fred Dion's Underwater Phototech
I now have more than 450 dives in the waters around Palau (all but 5 from the Sun Dancer I or II and those were with Sam's). Unfortunately, PHD no longer goes to Palau or my other favorite, Turks & Caicos. So, if I go to either of those, it will be with Aggressor. Except for 1 or 2 day outings, land based diving is just not my thing.
In Palau, if I wasn't on a live aboard, I'd be diving with
. I know
or have known some of the dive masters working there and it has a very good
At his location, Sam has one of the premier underwater photographer/videographers in Palau, Kevin Davidson .
When I'm in Palau and not on a live aboard dive boat, I like to stay at The Carolines Resort . It's a very cozy place, and has much more personality (and is less expensive than) the PPR . Unfortunately Carolines has only seven cabins (they're building an eighth), so it can be tough to book. But, if you can get a cabin (best views are from 7, 6 or 5), the views from the balcony are fantastic!
Updated 2010/01/15 19:30UTC