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Thomas Adam

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Jul 29, 2015
Hello everyone, I live in San Diego and love the ocean including scuba, snorkeling and spearfishing.
Welcome to the forum.

I have been a lifelong snorkeller not only in the UK, where I live, but also in continental Europe and North America. A couple of decades ago, I got to visit the city of San Diego, which I loved, and took the opportunity to spend a few days snorkelling alongside many others at La Jolla Cove. I still recall the small colourful fish I saw among the rocks. Is that underwater swimming site still as popular now as it was in the 1990s?

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