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16 Aug / 2016
Author: JakeLangford Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

IMG_8794Apart from the beautiful scorpion fish in the picture there have been some amazing finds down here in south lombok. We have had some amazing dives with regular sightings of painted frog fish. Wonder pus, harliquin shrimp, bob tail squid, sea horses and so much more.

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16 Aug / 2016
Author: JakeLangford Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

IMG_6865Down in Belongas this week the conditions have been great with almost no current, small waves, around 25 meter visibility and a few sneaky sea snakes thrown in.
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16 Aug / 2016
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

PADI Divemaster Course in LembonganI’ve wanted to become a Divemaster for a while but ultimately I decided to do my Divemaster course because I want to be really comfortable with diving. I think understanding the theory behind diving and getting to dive everyday for so long gives me important experience and familiarity with the whole process in a way that I have never had before.
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14 Aug / 2016
Author: Robyn Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

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This week in the North Gilis, Lombok we have been busy, busy and more busy again. We have mainly had a lot of courses ranging from Discover Scuba dives, Open water courses to Advanced open water courses. Each day the boat has been out with a good few Fun divers on it as well as our courses.
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12 Aug / 2016
Author: RobynSmith Tags: There is no tags Comments: 2

Shrimpgobys and their Snapping Shrimp counterparts in Lembeh this week.Divemaster in Training Lily was fascinated by the Shrimpgobys and their Snapping Shrimp counterparts in Lembeh this week. The Shrimpgoby lives alongside a nearly blind Snapping Shrimp in a burrow and provides the vulnerable shrimp with the protection of “eyesight”. The bull-dozing shrimp provides the Shrimpgoby with a clean burrow as it spends its days cleaning out their home. Any time it leaves the burrow the Shrimp maintains physical contact with its watchful Shrimpgoby. At the first sign of danger, a single flick of the Shrimpgoby’s tail sends them both diving for safety back into their manicured burrow.
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