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M E X I CO C A B O S AN LUCAS

ABO SAN LUCAS is wellknown as THE ‘Spring Break’ destination, where thousands of Americans flood to the Mexican coast to indulge in tequila boat parties, bad decisions, and holiday romances. I, on the other hand, having out-grown my party days (kind of) and dedicating most of my life to scuba diving and my scuba community ‘Girls that Scuba’, headed to the southernmost point of Baja California for an ocean event that only happens one month in the year: the month of the gentle giants. Blue Whales, Humpback Whales, Gray Whales, Whale Sharks, Mako Sharks, Sea Lions, Fin Whales; all in one incredible week. I also took advantage of this ocean spectacle and organised our second Girls that Scuba Day in Cabo at the optimal time to not only connect female scuba divers from around the globe but to share the ocean with some of the world’s largest animals. I have to admit to an ongoing love affair with Mexico and the diving there. Last year, as I landed there for the first time in five years, the immigration officer asked me how long I’d be staying. I replied with “Oh, just seven days”. As I glanced over my passport stamp on my way home to London I realised those seven days had actually turned into 63. My travels took me away from the Pacific Coast and over to the Caribbean Coast where I found myself diving with crocodiles, learning to freedive in Cenotes, dancing with manatees and coming face-to-face with Bull Sharks. I had some of the best dives of my life, but Baja California was always calling me back, so it was no surprise that

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