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15 Jan / 2014
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Divemaster Trainee StefanI’ve now been on Nusa Lembongan for 11 days and had a mix of fun diving and working through the requirements for the PADI Divemaster program. I’m taking the program over four weeks, mainly as a personal challenge and to take the next step in my diving. 
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14 Jan / 2014
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More than 200 protesters took their call for the Western Australian State Government to abandon its shark catch-and-kill policy to the Premier’s door yesterday, demonstrating outside his West Perth office.
Why all the fuss? In an open letter to an online newspaper, one of the organisers of the recent demonstration at Perth’s Cottesloe beach, explains.

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14 Jan / 2014
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moray and shrimp 07JAN14

Weekly Summary #7, Jan 2014

Welcome to our weekly round-up. Last week we had some very unusual stormy wind but the weather seems to have returned to its normal sunny self. We hope that the weather is good for you wherever you may be.


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10 Jan / 2014
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Sidemount-Top-ViewIn Feb 2013, Two Fish Divers contracted with Blue Label Diving, a premier PADI/TDI facility for TEC Courses and diving, to run all TEC Diving services at Two Fish Divers locations, under the name Blue Label Diving Indonesia (BLDI).

One of the most important service that BLDI provides is Sidemount Diving – providing courses and diving for recreational use to 40m as well as services for more deeper diving to 100m-plus. When you visit us, you may be interested in our FREE weekly Intro to Tec that we hold at our resorts, or the 2-day/3dive Sidemount Course for only Eu140 (supplement on top of normal accomm/dive package) – and during Jan-Mar 2014 we are running our TEC Promo that gives you 20% discount on all our TEC courses!!

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09 Jan / 2014
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Ambon scorpionfishLast week we had 10 Ambon scorpionfish on one dive in Lembeh, but what are they?

The Ambon scorpionfish is only 6-12cm long, it is shaggy, and the most distinguishing feature is the large growths above eyes, making them look a bit like Fu-Manchu!

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