We had a wonderful time last weekend in Tobermory with 50+ divers taking to the refreshingly clear and turquoise waters of Tobermory to explore the various shipwrecks and grottos of Georgian Bay.
I brought my son Sam and his friend Connor to holiday there for almost a week, where the boys snorkelled, rode their bikes, rocked the high ropes course at "Little Cove Adventures" (while Momma hugged a pole 30 feet up in the air unable to move for fear of death by mangulation - another new word), and visited the ice cream and sweet shops that empty your pocket book faster than a rocket-full of monkeys hopped up on speed with super accelerator nitro packs in their hot little hands.
One of the best parts for me? Getting up in the morning while the sleepy heads snore away the early part of the day, pouring Baileys in my coffee, sitting on the porch with my favourite pooch, reading Paul Mila's "Dangerous Waters".
Dangerous Waters by Paul Mila
Terry Hunter is a beautiful and sharp young woman with a graduate degree in marine science whose first love is the ocean.
When tragedy befalls her in the waters of the Channel Islands off the California coast, she starts over in Cozumel - rebuilding her life as a successful business woman running her own dive operation.
However, danger follows her here too, as she accidentally stumbles upon a deadly drug smuggling ring and finds herself in mortal danger.
The PERFECT reading companion for a dive weekend; if you can't be in the water diving, the next best thing is reading about diving! A fun read!
WARNING: Adventure Sports Newmarket customers, please don't get too hung up on a certain violent shark scene; this will never happen to you. You will be lucky if you spot a shark on a warm water dive; really!
Dangerous Waters is the first in a series, featuring the adventures of Terry and Joe (and scuba diving); Paul's next book is "Whales' Angels", followed by "Fireworks" and then his most recent novel, "Near Miss".
Paul Mila lives with his family in New York, and has a beachfront condo in Cozumel - you can rent it: http://www.paulmila.com/contact.html
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More about Paul's books: http://www.paulmila.com/