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08 Oct / 2014
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Mating In A TrainThis week in Lembongan… It’s just the cycle of life, as mantas dance in their trains trying to impress the leading female as she ducks, dives, barrel rolls and dances her way to picking the perfect mate.

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06 Oct / 2014
Author: Sandy Tags: There is no tags Comments: 3

pilot whalesThis week in Bunaken…. Our divers on Bunaken have been super lucky to spot both a whale shark and a pod of pilot whales during the surface intervals of the two morning dives! The whale shark came very near to the Bethlehem boat on Sunday to show off to our divers while they were de-kitting. Then just this morning there was a large pod of pilot whales swimming just along the front of our boat Sylvia – one pilot whale was so huge and curious, he just hung out next to the boat with our divers looking on!

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03 Oct / 2014
Author: matt_twofish Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Two Fish?  Two of everything!This week in Lembeh we have been living up to our name with not one, but two of everything from our guest critter wish list!  Some times we joke when people ask “Why the name Two Fish Divers” and we reply “Because we guarantee to show you at least two fish on every dive”!  This is not the real idea behind the name but it is true this week ;) 
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01 Oct / 2014
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 1

Go With The FlowThis Week In Lembongan…. The diving style in Lembongan is somewhat like the life of a jellyfish. With the currents, we move like a jelly fish, rhyme don’t mean nothing, we just go with the flow.


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29 Sep / 2014
Author: Two Fish Blog Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

shipwreck in bunakenTHIS WEEK IN BUNAKEN… the ShipWreck dive was really nice with great viz and almost no current, so it was good dive for all the divers. This shipwreck has lot of life growing on it and supports many fish, such as a super cool Mappa Pufferfish sitting on the deck and greeting divers. Even after a few photo’s were taken of him he still did not move away, instead giving just a little waving to say hi. On the reef side of the wreck also had lot of cool little encounters like juvenile sweetlip, mantis shrimp, ornate ghost pipefish and scorpion fish.
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