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Snorkelling Provencial

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I love the water. Scuba diving used to be passion, but now I must say snorkelling has taken over. I recently went to Provencial, one of the Turks and Cacos Islands, and the snorkelling was out of this world. Jack Fish , Eagle Rays, Sharks, Turtles, Parrott fish the list was endless. It was so beautiful and peaceful just floating on the warm turquoise ocean watching the world go buy. I just love it...

Back to my title: I wear glasses and I didn't realise until this year that you can get snorkelling masks with corrective lenses they are great and make everything really clear. I now planning my next trip to Bimini a tiny island that is part of the Bahamas. I have discoverted a whole new world out there...

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