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Freedive buddy in San Diego for some diving La Jolla?

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elizhang

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Hi gang!

I'm traveling to San Diego around September 7-11th. Wondering if anyone is interested in going on a dive in the La Jolla cave area and swim with some sea lions and turtles.

I'm bringing my new gopro 8 so we can take some cool vid ;)

I'm AIDA III certified but I'm not expecting to go for depth. Just enjoying the water and the biodiversity. A chill trip!

Let me know if you are interested. My instagram is elizhang_nyc in case you think I'm spam :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 

D4L

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How were your dives there? I will be there Oct 21 - Nov 18 and am looking for a spearing buddy. Did you ever find a dive partner?

I'm insta is impeccable_fishing if anyone is interested. Hit me up here or there!
 
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