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YWAM students depart for their final Training Dive

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There is a lot of energy in this boat!

Today's Newest Divers in the World!

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Jennifer,Gillian, Jacqueline and Mackenzie are Today's Newest Divers in the World!

Resident Green-turtle at Hol Chan

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Two New Boats on the Dock

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Today's Newest Elearner and Open Water Diver in the World.
Congrats Brittany!

Yesterday Carlos with Jill, Christine and Kate.

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Boats

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Today's Newest Bubblemaker in the World!
Been there, done that, got the T-shirt! Congrats Koby!

White Sands Dive Shop is proud to welcome PADI Divemaster Orlando De LaFuente to its staff

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White Sands Dive Shop is proud to welcome PADI Divemaster Orlando De LaFuente to its staff. Orlando comes with 20 years experience in San Pedro's Tourism Industry. When I was taking this photo I ask Orlando how long he had been diving and he said '22 years, why? don't you remember certifying me?'
I guess we've come full circle!
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Belize Weather for December December usually arrives wet and leaves drier as the wet season begins to wind down. December temperatures in Belize fall to an average low of 71°F (22°C) with highs of 80°F (27°C) for a monthly average of around 75°F (24°C) – the perfect weather to enjoy a comfortable Christmas holiday, warm enough for swimming and with pleasantly cool evenings. In Belize the high season for tourists corresponds roughly with the dry season: December to May. The shoulder months – especially December – receive a fair amount of rain, but not enough to scare away the multitudes of travelers who want to spend their holidays in the tropics. Most hotels and resorts are more expensive during this period. The biggest influx of tourists comes between December 15 and January 15, and during the weeks around Easter.