This week in Lembongan… The waters have been full of turtle power, with at least 1 turtle on every dive this week! Divers have had to choice whether to look at the manta rays feeding or the swimming turtles.
This week in Lembongan… These masters of camouflage have been surprising divers in the sandy at Crystal Bay. These peacock flounders have the perfect colouring to blend into the sandy bottom.
This week in Lembongan… Sea Serpents have been slithering around the dive sites of Lembongan. With one banded sea snake being seen on almost every dive. These amazingly graceful creatures are no concern to divers, just as divers are in the water to swim around, so are these snakes.
This week in Lembongan… The false clown anemone fish (A.K.A Nemo) have been entertaining our divers as they dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge there way around the protective tentacles of the anemone.
After some hard work, I’m all done!! This week, I helped out on another open water diver course and one of them only did her discover scuba diver. It is really cool to see how the students are sometimes scared at the beginning and then you can see them happy in the water.
This Week in Lembongan…. It has been a week of large creatures with our divers seeing Whale Shark, Molas and Mantas. Dive guide Rein and his divers had one amazing dive in which they saw 2 molas within the first 10 minutes and a whale shark not long after that.
Lembongan is completely different. So many tourists and backpackers, very different islands. That was the first thing I noticed after leaving Bunaken and spending a night in Manado and Sanur, Bali. At first I wasn’t sure if I would even make it to Denpasar.
This week in Lembongan…We have been founding aliens in the water. As the currents move and the waves roll, these salps find each other. Using jet propulsion these planktonic link together to form growing and growing communities.