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Sunken cities, sacred cenotes & golden sharks

Bill Belleville

Sunken cities, sacred cenotes & golden sharks

travels of a water-bound adventurer

by Bill Belleville

  • 12 Want to read
  • 18 Currently reading

Published by University of Georgia Press in Athens .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Belleville, Bill, -- 1945- -- Travel.,
  • Voyages and travels.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSunken cities, sacred cenotes, and golden sharks
    StatementBill Belleville.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsG465 .B435 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 233 p. :
    Number of Pages233
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18902702M
    ISBN 100820325929
    LC Control Number2003020881
    OCLC/WorldCa53253640

    Schafer apparently didn't photograph any transforming dolphins, but to read more about how these creatures affect the Amazon culture, visit eco-adventurer writer Bill Belleville's site to read an excerpt about the boto from his book, Sunken Cities, Sacred Cenotes and Golden Sharks: Travels of a Water-Bound Adventurer. "Salvaging the Real Florida" received top honors from the National Outdoors Book Awards, while many others have won regional honors, including his latest ("The Peace of Blue") which won the Silver Medal in the prestigious Florida Book book River of Lakes: A Journey on Florida's St. Johns River covers the mile long.

    Sunken Cities, Sacred Cenotes, and Golden Sharks: Travels of a Water-Bound Adventurer by Bill Belleville (John_Vaughan) 1 0 The Gulf Stream: Encounters With the /5.   Cenote Dos Ojos — which translates to Two Eyes Cenote — is one of the largest underwater cave systems in the world and named after two sinkholes linked by a meter-long passage. It has become a popular site to snorkel or swim thanks to its crystal-clear water and stunning underwater geological formations.

    Hardcover. Pub Date: 01/01/ ISBN: List Price: $   The Sacred Cenote (sometimes referred to as the “Well of Sacrifice” or the “Cenote of Sacrifice”) is approximately 60 meters in diameter and only about 13 meters deep, but the water table lies over 20 meters down the sheer-sided limestone wall that forms the cenote (Pics 5, 6), and there is a small building on the southern edge.


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In Sunken Cities, Sacred Cenotes, and Golden Sharks nature and travel writer Bill Belleville takes us through Florida, the Caribbean, and Latin America in quest of the distinctive, the wondrous, the threatened, and the undiscovered. His wanderings take him to the once prosperous, now submerged pirate city of Port Royal, Jamaica, and to an offshore Florida reef just in time for a night 5/5(2).

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Spring ). "With the release of a new book, 'Sunken Cities,Sacred Cenotes and "Golden Sharks: Travels of a Water-Bound Adventurer,' Florida author Belleville is that much closer to solidifying his reputation as a top-shelf nature writer. As much adventure story as naturalistic poetry, Belleville's latest excels at wrapping his eco-prose in a captivating form.

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According to Carl Hiaasen, Bill Belleville "writes gorgeously and straight from the heart. In The Peace of Blue, the documentarian and nature writer guides you on a lyrical journey to the natural places.

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His books include River of Lakes and Deep Cuba (both Georgia). His articles, which have appeared in such publications as Sierra, Oxford American, Islands, and Salon, have been anthologized in six other collections. Belleville lives in Sanford, Florida.