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"From birth, man carries the weight of gravity on his shoulders. He is bolted to earth. But man has only to sink beneath the surface and he is free."

Jacques Yves Cousteau


Meet Justin Carmack

Divemaster, SCUBA addict, travel blogger and wanna-be underwater photographer, Justin has the ambitious mission to dive all of the top 100 dive sites in the world. Luckily he's also addicted to travel, because these sites are spread out on all corners of the globe! Follow along!

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100 Places to See in Europe Before you Die: Part 9


 Almost finished! Here is part 9! Thanks to everyone for their suggestions along the way, which helped make this epic list happen. Also thanks to all the bloggers who participated n giving their recommendations! Click here if you missed part 8! If you have any more suggestions for part ten, let us know in the […]

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Reviewing the New @CheapFlights UK Website


The site I am reviewing today is Cheapflights.co.uk. I am anxious to check out the site for two reasons: First, I buy a ton of flights, and know what a booking site should be. It will be interesting to see if it stacks up to greats like Skyscanner. Second, Cheapflights has been around a long […]

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Best Diving in the World: The Top 100 Sites


I recently decided to give myself the goal of conquering the top 100 sites with the best diving in the world, which is harder than it sounds, as they are very wide spread, and some hard to get to. After making this goal for myself, I decided to do a lot of research, talk to dive […]

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An Underwater Photo Essay: Nudibranch Fever: Part Two


Continuing on from Nudibranch Fever part one, here is another collection of a tiny, deadly, and beautiful species. One thing I love about these guys, as a new underwater photographer, is that they don’t dart away when you approach, making them perfect little subjects to photograph. This post comes from my friend James of Escaping […]

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