Tooth fist in Philippines proves painful

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Feb 24 2014

By George Malkemus  February 21, 2014 12:00 am

In January, my mother Mary Alice and we gifted a scuba diving journey in a Philippines. 

In 1974, we became a scuba dive instructor, and in 1981 we approved Mary Alice on a honeymoon in Hawaii.

We have been zealous divers ever since. The Philippines diving was wonderful, including snorkeling with whale sharks, diving with schools of beautiful, colorful fish, saying mesmerizing, moving soothing corals, and finding uncanny creatures, like a decorated cuttlefish and midget seahorse. 

The Philippines has a many varieties of fish in a world, some-more than 2,500 class vs. usually 250 in Hawaii. The Steinhart Aquarium in San Francisco has a Philippine underwater exhibit, including a pleasing Mandarin fish. Amazingly, we saw even some-more colorful, unenlightened collections of fish around a coral heads on a many dives.

On one scuba dive at

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