My friend having some trouble with the snorkel.
She does not usually dive or snorkel so, quite often, she had some problems with her goggles or tube and was overwhelmed to the point of having to stop snorkeling, at which point I took the opportunity to give her some advice in the video:
- Before putting on your diving goggles, spit on the glasses, rub the saliva with your fingers across the glass and then rinse them; this will prevent them from fogging up often.
- Once you put them on your head, adjust the straps well and take a deep breath with your nose; if the diving goggles make emptiness and stick more towards your face when you inspired, it is that they are well placed.
- From time to time, if you notice discomfort in the area inside your diving goggles, blow through your nose and decompress the space between your face and the goggles a bit.
- If water enters your tube, do not panic, keep calm and with the air in your lungs blow hard and the water will be expelled in a jet.
- If you swallow a little sea water, nothing happens, do not get nervous or overwhelmed; it is normal and it happens to all of us.
Feeling like fish in the water.
Telling my friend that I have seen something.
It was a sargo or white seabream (Diplodus sargus sargus) from Sparidae family; its meat is highly appreciated and tasty.
Video and shots taken with my GoPro Hero Adventure camera.