I saw this featured on (I think) CNN yesterday. I thought, I hope the bedroom is above water, hyperventilated at the thought of sleeping below. I wouldn't mind going down for some awake time but don't think I could fall asleep. But if I could it would be a lovely place to wake up. I'd be interested to know what it sounds like in the room.
When I saw the picture with the fish in the window, I thought--I wonder if lots of fish and other creatures will come to stare at the strange beings in the box. Will they make faces and try to attract attention?
Well you've about talked me into it, Goni! Thanks for this fascinating look at part of great travel world. I've tried snorkeling but not diving. Part of my reluctance is my myopia, which I find especially limiting underwater. I know there are corrective goggles I could wear, but I've tried them and the optics are very distorting. But I would love to see some of those creatures and to experience zero gravity on the home planet! Again thanks for a great piece.
Maybe you would get used to the mask? I have no clue how the corrective masks are, maybe if you get one with your prescription it would be better? Or wearing contact lenses? I used to dive with contact lenses before I got my eyes lasered... It is definitely worth it And thank you very much! It's great to see my words here
...because it's the best thing in the world! Not convinced yet? Then read on. 1) You will be able to breath underwater Isn’t that the coolest thing to be able to do? I will never forget my first experience as an instructor when I saw...
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