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#21 Maura


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Posted 27 April 2008 - 07:10 PM

Originally Posted by msam007562
Maura ~ my daughter is actually allergic to fish too!!! Same symptoms you experience but she's perfectly fine when it comes to snorkeling or being in the water with fish. We're not quite gonna test the swimming with dolphins that's too much contact, which I know is popular in the Riviera Maya, but she's been good with snorkeling. It's strange because she can eat shellfish (crabs, shrimp, lobster, etc.) but with fish it's like she even gets hives when the aroma's in the air, which sucks cause we're Filipino and eat fish practically twice a week. She's always yellin at me for not eating fish when I was pregnant, lol, I was more a pizza everyday girl hahaha.

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get this, im allergic to shellfish too. anything that swims.


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    Posted 27 April 2008 - 07:59 PM

    Wow that is scary. I wont go into oceans b/c I am paranoid of sharks
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      Posted 27 April 2008 - 08:53 PM

      Originally Posted by Yari
      During my first ocean dive in Catalina Island I saw a shark. It was long and moved so fast. It freaked me out, but didn't even notice me. I perfer to be underwater with a mask and air tank than on top of the water just wading. Unless of course the water is crystal clear and I can see what is below me...but out here in Cali we don't have that type of water.

      I agree. I dive and I absolutely love it because you feel a part of your surroundings rather than just a spectator looking down on it. Plus, you have a better sense of what is going on around you (like if there are any sharks hanging around). I'm not generally too scared of sharks and I swim in the ocean often BUT this freakin' shark was supposed to be giant with massive jaws and that freaks the crap out of me! I live 15 minutes away from the attack, so that didn't help either.

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