This week in Lembongan… We were able to find a tiny flatworm drifting in the soft current at the Mangrove dive site. Now normally it is the dive guides with the amazing eyes to spot the tiny little creatures but on this dive, instructor Bryce was lucky to spot this flatworm that was drifting with the current, all curled up in a ball before settling on a bit of coral to open up and hang on.
As the visitor numbers increased over the Christmas and New Year period in Bali we had the pleasure to welcome back friends over New Year! We managed the full sweep of Bali’s sites with trips to Tulamben, Padang Bai, Amed and Nusa Penida to entertain our divers… A full house of dive sites this week in Bali!
This week here in Sengiggi, north/west Lombok, we are happy to announce that the start of our new location is going extremely well up here including our day trips to the famous Gili Islands.
We slowly started diving up here back in November and as of this month it has really kicked off.
Week 3 of my dive master training was full of tests and assessments, in the water and on land.
One experience that stands out is the equipment exchange underwater which would be a little tricky even without instructors causing a few extra problems. Not to mention underwater mapping which is definitely a fun experience – you think you’ve drawn the dive site on your underwater slate and then you look at it on the surface and can’t make sense of it!