I enjoyed diving the Marine Park(s?), and other places available off Ambergris Caye. I have the highest opinion of Ramon's Village Resort. Expert divemasters who handle small groups diving off well maintained boats. Beautiful grass shacks made of solid mahogany with electricity on the beach & Garden/Jungle environ provides your jump off to Ramon's pier which is over enough glass clear water to jump in & check your gear, more than serves his boats spaciously & well. His resort's pool was very enjoyable & custom created for this resort, it sits just off to the side(about 12 ft away) from the dinner area & bar(I considered it a part of). I used two 80 cu ft tanks a day for 15 days & made a night dive where I foolishly watched a 7 ft long Moray Eel from way too close for way too long I now know what they can do & won't repeat that proximity, but I got away with it (THAT time). Those damn things are where Sigorny Weavers ALIEN got his Idea to have a set of "reach out & getcha" jaws tucked away in his throat. But that's another story, what I am writing about is that I consider diving the Blue Hole to be a waste of time & money. It's relatively featureless stone walls bored me. The markedly reduced light, & relatively lifeless interior did not add to my...shall we say "Enjoyment". perhaps you have heard "even a bad dive is better than anything on the surface" well it AINT. iF i NEVER GO WITHIN 10 FEET OF THE BLUE HOLE again, IT'LL BE TOO SOON. But..I Will be back to Ramon's Resort, he even walked around the diner while we ate breakfast & visited with his customers to ask their opinion.
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