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Our trip started out of Orlando on the Carnival Sunshine for a 7-day cruise. Like most of my cruise’s I don’t book them through the cruise line. This is just a personal preference as I find the cruise excursions to be over crowded even if they are more structured, I don’t care for structured much :D. I happen to find this excursion through Trip Advisor. I usually check a variety of sources well before a trip to decide what I want to do and though I prefer to book directly with a company that is not always possible.
So this was my first dive since getting my certification. We were on the Carnival Sunshine for a 7 day cruise with one of the stops in Grand Turk. I had previously done a snorkeling excursion here so I knew of the 4 stops this was where I wanted to dive.
Recently I took my Tribord EasyBreath Snorkeling Mask on a cruise to Mexico and Belize for a few test runs. I had heard good things and wanted to see if the product lived up to the hype. I was wary at first because of the price tag; you don’t just find $99 lying in the cushions of the couch. But after many man hours put into research and reviews, I finally decided to bite the bullet and give it a go. It’s different than other snorkeling masks, and I hoped that the unique qualities afforded a better diving experience. It has definitely lived up to everything I had hoped it would be.
Have you had a chance to visit SeaWorld recently? If you’ve been to the theme park in the past month then you’ve definitely noticed their newest attraction: the Mako rollercoaster. Named in honor of the Mako shark, considered the fastest species of shark in the ocean known to man, this rollercoaster has definitely lived up to its hype. Back in April 2015 SeaWorld began teasing us with the promise that they were bringing the fastest, tallest, longest rollercoaster to the Orlando. SeaWorld has delivered exceedingly on that promise.