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- n. The act of swimming using a snorkel.
- v. Present participle of snorkel.
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- n. skin diving with a snorkel
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The Pacific waters along the coast of Nayarit offer sanctuary to a great profusion of sea life - and snorkeling is a fun-filled experience that your entire family will enjoy!
Here, swimming and snorkeling is feasible, but the rocky formations demand experience.
Rooms are spartan but comfortable and snorkeling is decent. $120 to $140.
So the idea of snorkeling in waters designed for polar bears was ... hmmm ... chilling.
"I was thrilled by the idea of snorkeling for lab," said freshman Hannah Barkley, who intends to major in ecology and evolutionary biology.
We always jump into the pool after our snorkeling aka shark hunting sessions.
I am saving money, because I found stuff I thought I had lost and was planning to replace, such as snorkeling gear and moss-remover for my lawn.
Stories have surfaced about the Catholic former Republican former Naval Officer and the term "snorkeling" was forced into the public discourse.
Both are meant for shallow water adventures, such as snorkeling, at the pool or for water sports, rather than deep-water diving.
The tours also include more conventional activities such as snorkeling in Cuba's turquoise waters, taking salsa lessons, sampling rum and visiting world-renowned tobacco plantations in the western province of Pinar del Rio.
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