It was interesting to go visit MUSA and the lost under water statues. it is the largest assembly of under water sculptures presenting a main gallery that consists of over four hundred life sized statues the MUSA was designed as an echo-project habitat for fish and other reef creatures. the idea of MUSA was to take divers away from Manchones reef so they would stop destroying it.
My first scuba experience was in Isla Mujeres my diving instructors name was Jesus. The first time I hit the water as a diver it wasn’t scary but i was a little paranoid. The technique that I used was called the “back roll”.
A year later I got a present from my grandmother and grandfather it was a scuba camp that i took to get certified as an JR OPEN WATER SCUBA DIVER!!
My camp was called Internatonal scuba
five days a week nine to one
At the end of camp I had two days of certification, each day using skills that I learned at camp and and tests were at Clear Springs. They have courses to take you to the plane that is sunken in the lake and the forty foot shark thats there to but don’t worry its all metal another cool attraction i would visit is the boat thats there too. Here is a cool fact: the plane is owned Mesquite Aviation witch my dive instructor mr Chip owns because he founded Mesquite Aviation, cool right?
Now I’m a official JR OPEN WATER SCUBA DIVER!!!!!!.
and of course i can suggest Internatonal scuba as a place to get certified as i did.