Surface Interval; Worldwide Scuba Diving Reviews.

Scuba diving in Puerto Galera Photograph by Charles Davis

Surface Interval; Worldwide Scuba Diving Reviews. As a writer that specializes in Scuba Diving and Scuba related travel, I spend a great deal of time looking at websites. Recently, Surface Interval (www.surfaceinterval.co) has announced they are now launching their new website. Surface Interval is looking to create a site that Continue Reading →

Churches of Pampanga Philippines

Churches of Pampanga Philippines From the late 1500’s to 1898, the Philippines were a colony of Spain. The Spanish’s mandate from the Pope was to find new lands and convert the heathens to Christianity. At the time, the Lubao River and what is now called the Betis River were navigable Continue Reading →

Concrete Ship Wreck of Subic Bay

The Concrete Ship Wreck of Subic Bay YON-146 World War II saw many interesting ship building activities, Concrete Ship building being one of them. Since the large ship yards were turning out capital ships, the corn field ship yards created the LST. These ships yards got that nick name because many Continue Reading →

History of the Spanish Armed Transport San Quintin

A boiler of the San Quintin

History of the Spanish Armed Transport San Quintin ex S/S Andes For decades, we have called the San Quintîn wreck a gun boat. Recently I started to try to find a better description of the San Quintîn to improve what we know and possibly find a photograph or one of Continue Reading →