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27 Sep / 2014
Author: matt_twofish Tags: There is no tags Comments: 3

Hairy Octopus - Guests spoiled by amazing crittersWhen people say to us “Don’t show us any more Hairy Octopus” you know it’s been a great week of diving in Lembeh!  This week in Lembeh our guests have been spoiled by the amazing critters coming out to play with the highlight being several sightings of Hairy Octopus and Velvet Ghost Pipefish.
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26 Sep / 2014
Author: matt_twofish Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Hanna DMTHoliday in paradise! Finally the vacation which i have been waiting for so long. On Monday, at the beginning of this week, I arrived to Bunaken.
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26 Sep / 2014
Author: Sandy Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Emergency First Response Instructor Course 1It’s September and it’s that time of the year again! The PADI Instructor Development Course has just begun with PADI Course Director Marlies Lang here at Two Fish Divers Bunaken. A frequent visitor to Two Fish Divers, James, has put himself up to the challenge of becoming a PADI instructor. He’s only just started this journey a few days ago, beginning with his Emergency First Response (EFR) Instructor course. Here’s a sneak peak into some of the seriously fun times he had during his EFR Instructor course. His students, Marlies, Ken and Sandy weren’t the sharpest to begin, but he James helped correct their mistakes. Can you find what was being done wrong?
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24 Sep / 2014
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 2

It's All About The BlueThis week in Lembongan… Divers have had their eyes fixated on the blue as the larger creatures emerge from the darkness. Crystal Bay has been the highlighted dive site of the week. With also most every trip brightened by at least one mola encounter.

 


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23 Sep / 2014
Author: Sandy Tags: There is no tags Comments: 1

white tip reef sharkThis week in Bunaken…. we’ve been experiencing a shark attack on almost all of our dive sites – no, don’t panic, we’re not talking something out of a Jaws film – all of our dive groups have been seeing loads of sharks during almost every dive they’ve had here this week. The most common sharks we’re seeing these days are the white tip reef sharks, but there are also a few black tip reef sharks mixed in there as well. We think the unusually cold thermoclines have been bringing the sharks closer into the shallow reefs.
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