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‘People Mover’ was supposed to stay open during an upgrade. It did not.
The people mover’s riders have been directed to shuttle buses that can fill up quickly and take longer between stops. Please plan your connecting flight accordingly especially when you arrive from International flight. Read more
Many people across the world believe that if something is a liquid, it is then good for hydration. Unfortunately, this is not the case.
Drinking certain sodas, juices, and especially alcohol can result in an inadequate level of hydration. Being dehydrated can lead to a variety of problems that are sure to ruin your day. After reading this list of signs that you are dehydrated, you might want to ditch the soda and start drinking water. Read more
For 25 years a Japanese diver has been friends with a particular fish – and this is for real and not a fairytale.
Hiroyuki Arakawa has been charged to oversee one of the religion’s shrines of Shinto called tori hich which is located under the surface of Japan’s Tateyama Bay. Read more
To celebrate PADI women’s dive day 2019 Divetech have once again brought together women hand in hand, breaking their own World Record! Read more
The “Circle of Heroes” is set to become the nation’s first underwater dive memorial for veterans, and is located at Veteran’s Reef, about 10 miles off the coast of Dunedin Beach in Pinellas County. Read more