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Old 27 May 2005, 06:55   #41
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Originally Posted by davep
Tue, enjoyed the videos, keep em coming. I'm getting over a heavy cold so no diving for a couple of weeks. Codprawn, West Wales does have some great diving, we go there as often as poss'. Are you sure about cave diving? You know what all the great cave divers have in common, they're dead. On that sad note, news is we have lost three divers this week, our thoughts go out to their loved ones.
I know cave diving is dodgy but then so are many other things. I am an experienced caver and used to do a lot of diving - wouldn't mind combining them. There is an amazing place quite near to me that is excellent for anyone learning to cave dive.

The place is an abandoned silica mine - natural rock pillars so no worry of collopase. The levels are huge - big enough for a train. The water is so clear you can't even see where it starts - you have to thow a stone into the water before you realise there is water there!!! Really beautiful.

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Old 28 May 2005, 06:54   #42
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New link fo all the vids on my site, having changed web hosting

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