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  1. Vanessa

    December 20, 2010 at 9:23 am

    Love that island scene up on the top left. Where is that from?

  2. Charles Bodnar

    August 9, 2011 at 3:27 pm

    Avid Treasure hunter & prospector. My dad drag my brother & I all over Southern Calif, AZ & NM following up on treasure leads. A great way to grow up!! Just finished reading Valverde,s Gold by Mark Honigsbaum. Great stuff! My wife and I have been to Peru several times to Cuzco, Lima , Ito, Nazca and on to the ruins of the Aztecs & Maya. Just great. Part of our bucket list to see these sites. My daughter & I are heading for the Atocha in Key West FL next year. I had a friend dive in the search for the ship. Greqt stories about his 5 year stint looking for the lost ship.

    Will continue to explore your site.

    CB

  3. fernando

    May 1, 2013 at 5:43 am

    Conducted some diggings in Davao areas. Noted layers of cement at depth 3ft and another of cement at 5 ft sand soil layer then cement layer until the 10 ft deep. There are at least 6 layers of cement already. What does this layers of cement means? The site has been detected and is pointing downwards. Can we continue digging? Thanks
    fernando

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