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Top 25 Dive Travel Questions, #22, How Do I Take Care of my Gear At the End of My Vacation?

The key to longevity of the life of your dive gear is to take care of it, especially after a trip. At The Resort Many dive resorts and dive operators will rinse your gear daily and at the end of the week of diving. This is a wonderful service, allowing you to simply walk away […]

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Top 25 Dive Travel Questions, #4 How do I pack to keep my luggage under 50 lbs with dive gear?

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On our list of the top 25 questions asked about dive travel, the luggage question is high on the list, especially with baggage fees going up and up and up! The first question is do you want to? Depending on the airline and the cost, it may simply be easier for you to mentally add […]

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Scuba Equipment: To rent or not to rent on my next Dive Vacation?

Should I rent or bring my own scuba equipment on a dive vacation? The question of renting or bringing your own scuba diving equipment on vacation becomes more and more relevant each day as the airlines keep hitting us in the wallet with fees. Here are a couple of things to consider about renting… Are […]

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Allergic to Travel?

Got allergies? Don’t let them keep you at home – a few simple precautions can make nearly any spot on the globe accessible. Dr. Erik McLaughlin writes the informative Adventure Doc blog.  He says that packing both oral and topical antihistamines (something like Benadryl capsules or cream) makes sense even if you don’t think you […]

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Last Flight Out- Changing Adventure with the Season

Last Flight Out Last flight out. To me the connotation has nothing to do with airplanes, it has to do with being engaged till the last note of the concert, getting the most of the every day, sucking the marrow out of life as Henry D. Thoreaux would say. Sometimes, on the last flight out […]

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Duct Tape vs My Video Housing

Some Things I’ve Learned about the Uses of Duct Tape Writing blogs is an education. Why, just today, I learned some interesting and important things about “duck” or “duct” tape. The first and of course most important thing is that the California Energy Commission says, “Duct tape is good for many things, but not for […]

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Humility in Travel…Just when you think you’re the Expert

The Itinerary Last night I returned home from a five week jaunt through a couple of destinations. It began as a simple 11 day trip to Costa Rica to check out one of the top dive locales in the world, Cocos Island. It turned into a 31 day sprint from Montana to Los Angeles to […]

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Travel Attitude- Final Post in Making Travel Fun and Easy

Travel Attitude Its All Between Your Ears Someone once said that the true definition of luck is where preparation meets opportunity.  I like that a lot. And there may be no better application of that definition than when we travel.  You see, making travel easy and fun actually comes down to two things: organization and […]

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Avoiding the Stress of Arriving

On Arrival For many people this is a very stressful part of the trip.  It’s the “oh no, is someone going to meet me and if not what the heck do I do?”  For all of Live-Adventurously’s trips we meet our guests at the airport so they know they will see our smiling and comforting […]

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On The Plane

On Board- Creating Your Sanctuary OMG, I can’t believe I have to sit here for a 10 hour flight..what on earth will I do? If someone said to you, “Ok, you have 10 hours, uninterrupted time, except for the couple of times someone will come and SERVE you dinner and wine” (yep, no cooking, preparing […]

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