Occidental Allegro, 2005: Photos 5

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Diving pictures around Cozumel.  Eleven pictures totalling about 950kb.

The dive centre is by the beach and the centre's jetty.

The dive centre is by the beach and the centre's jetty.  (131k)

Fairly basic facilities - lockers (extra) on the left, two rinse tanks just beyond the palm, and a couple of tables to help you assemble your kit.

Fairly basic facilities - lockers (extra) on the left, two rinse tanks just beyond the palm, and a couple of tables to help you assemble your kit.  (80k)

You then carry all your gear (including your tank) down to the jetty, past the pirate.

You then carry all your gear (including your tank) down to the jetty, past the pirate. (55k)

They do nitrox, sorry, enriched air.  Some of these tanks look like they've seen better days.

They do nitrox, sorry, enriched air. (85k)

The watersports centre next to the dive centre.

The watersports centre next to the dive centre.  (91k)

The beach as seen from the jetty.

The beach as seen from the jetty. (79k)

Another empty plot to the side of the hotel.

Another empty plot to the side of the hotel. (68k)

A Cozumel speciality, the marvellous Splendid Toadfish, Sanopus Splendidus, at Palencar Gardens.

A Cozumel speciality, the marvellous Splendid Toadfish, Sanopus Splendidus, at Palencar Gardens. (92k)

A Whitespotted filefish, Cantherhines macroceros, at Palencar Gardens.

A Whitespotted filefish, Cantherhines macroceros, at Palencar Gardens.  (97k)

A Gray angelfish, Pomacanthus arcuatus, at Palencar Gardens.

A Gray angelfish, Pomacanthus arcuatus, at Palencar Gardens.  (94k)

Porkfish, Anisotremus Virginicus, at Palencar Gardens.

Porkfish, Anisotremus Virginicus, at Palencar Gardens.  (98k)

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