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  1. Treasure Hunting: Geocache Revival and Scuba

    Adventure Treasure Hunting: Geocache Revival and Scuba

    The sport called geocaching started in 2000 and mushroomed to cover the entire world. Players hide caches, which can be anything from a large box with small knick-knacks and a logbook to a tiny casing with a paper inside for signatures. On land, families often carry trinkets to switch out for...
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    Beach Senaha Beach

    Senaha Beach in Yomitan is a wonderful beach for swimming, snorkeling, tide pooling, having a barbeque, kayaking, exploring the sea caves, and even camping out for the night. Even though the tide is out in this picture, it shows you that even though it's a fairly small beach, there are...
  3. Swim, Soak Up Sun, Have A Beer & More At Chura SUN Beach

    Beach Swim, Soak Up Sun, Have A Beer & More At Chura SUN Beach

    As you can probably name a lot of things that you would like to do at a beach, finding the beach that allows you to do all of the things you want to do could be just a little difficult. Let's say, you'd love to go for a swim in the water and what you'd want after you get your feet back on the...
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