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15 Mar / 2016
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New tech curse packages at Two Fish DiversHave you noticed? Technical diving has moved back to the front page of www.twofishdivers.com. We’ve added more courses and new course packages, too. And that’s not all – there are a few more exciting things being prepared behind the scenes.

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15 Mar / 2016
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jake uw 097Here in south Lombok we find a wide variety of Scorpion fish from the bearded to the Indian Ocean Walkman to the Ambon. Although we have so many here at times they can be difficult to find due to our abundance of reefs and places to hide.
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15 Mar / 2016
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Tristan's Divemaster course in BunakenAfter a few days of fun diving and completing his PADI EFR and Rescue course in Bunaken, Tristan has now embarked on his Divemaster course here at Two Fish Divers, which will also take him to our Lembeh resort in a few weeks. Until then, he’s getting to grips with dive logistics, among other things.

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14 Mar / 2016
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IDC internship in BunakenTwo years ago, Simon completed his Divemaster course with Two Fish Divers Bunaken. This year, he returned to take the next step and become a PADI instructor. After his course, he decided to stay on for a couple of weeks and complete an instructor internship. Here’s how it went….

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14 Mar / 2016
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Solar Eclipse in IndonesiaThis week in Bunaken we had the unique opportunity to dive during the full solar eclipse. And, as a double treat, senior dive guide Fenly picked a rarely visited site which usually offers a good chance for larger marine life. But that’s not what happened on this magical dive…

To witness a full solar eclipse, you really have to be in the right place at the right time. Turns out, Bunaken was the place to be this week as we had a chance to see a 98% solar eclipse just before 9 am. Some of our guests opted to dive later, but a few hardy ones wanted to know what it might be like to dive when the sun disappears.
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