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10 Apr / 2015
Author: Luke Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

To Shave or Not To Shave in LembehThis week in Lembeh…. The question is “ To Shave or Not To Shave in Lembeh”. Here in Lembeh there is no shortage of “Hairy” critters, bearded on the other hand is another story. The bearded goby is one that is sought out specifically for the 9-o-clock shadow it sports. Also known as a Hairy goby or Bearded papa, the Yellow coral goby (Paragoiodon Xanthosoma) is one cute yet timid critter. We are lucky to have many residing in our house reef at the moment, though that doesn’t make getting a picture of one any easier. A lot of patience is needed, also a bit of luck to get that perfect shot as they tend to be quite skittish.
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08 Apr / 2015
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Sharks in Our WatersThis week in Lembongan… Yayan, Bryce and Kiko spotted a Thresher shark swimming in the blue, a rare visitor to the waters of Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan.


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07 Apr / 2015
Author: Luke Tags: There is no tags Comments: 3

Angela Week 2-4 - Completely Different WorldSo I have had 2 weeks in Lembeh now and I feel like I have entered a completely different world of diving. Once you think things can’t better they always do. I am fully into my dive master training course which is seriously intense but so much fun at the same time. Here in Lembeh I have had many new experiences such as muck diving, wreck diving and night diving.
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07 Apr / 2015
Author: Two Fish Blog Tags: There is no tags Comments: 5

DIVING LOMBOK WITH TWO FISH DIVERS / Dive ZoneWe are very pleased to announce that we have entered into a partnership with DiveZone, a dive operation that has been in South Lombok for more than 10 years, which means that Two Fish guests can also add diving Lombok to their Indonesian dive trips.
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06 Apr / 2015
Author: Ina Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Eagle rays are backThis week in Bunaken… Eagle rays are in general a fairly common sight here in Bunaken. In the beginning of the year we did however notice a dip in sightings, but they now seem to be back in numbers. They are seen on almost every dive at the moment! And considering how easy it is to just look on the reef walls for cool critters you can only imagine how many cruise by unnoticed behind us. It is always a great treat to have one of those large rays swim past with that cheeky looking face. They look like they just got away with some mischief!
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