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06 Jul / 2015
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Diving in Bunaken - ghost pipe fish!This week in Bunaken… We have seen ghosts this week! Luckily though it has been the kind that makes you squeal with delight, rather than¬†with fear. All of a sudden plenty of gorgeous ornate ghost pipe fish has been popping up around the reefs, hiding especially in feather stars and pretending to be one of the arms of the colourful starfish. Thank you Benita Vincent for the photo!
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29 Jun / 2015
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PADI Divemaster Training for Carmelo in BunakenTwo weeks have passed since I arrived in Bunaken. I spent those weeks doing the EFR course, the PADI Rescue Diver course in Bunaken and lots of dives. I also did the PADI Nitrox course with Dion (one of the PADI Instructors). I had (and am still having) a lot of fun with the diveguides which like my name and renamed me “Elo”:-)
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29 Jun / 2015
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Eagle Rays and Pilot Whales whilst diving in BunakenThis week in Bunaken… A large amount of eagle rays have been seen on the dives this week and the divers had a nice surprise visit from a pod of pilot whales who played in the bow wave of the boat one day on the way back from the morning dives.
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15 Jun / 2015
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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThis week in Bunaken… With a large amount of night dives this week the divers have enjoyed seeing lots and lots of crazy crustaceans. Normally fairly shy during the day, once the sun sets the reefs are littered with the tiny little red dots that are eyes of shrimps and crabs reflecting the torch light. (Thank you Guillermo for the beautiful marble shrimp photo!)
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08 Jun / 2015
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A week of game fishThis week in Bunaken… Divers have been spoiled this week with plenty of encounters of large game fish. Schools of big eye trevallies and yellow fin tunas have cruised by as well as massive dog tooth tunas, great barracudas and giant trevallies. All this activity has also made the reef fish more on the edge and it’s a quite impressive thing to watch when hundreds of red fang trigger fish get startled and in unison swoops down to the reef with a big ‘SWOOOSH’. (Photo: Dom Jeanes)
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