The first two weeks of my Dive Master course went by in the blink of an eye, can’t believe I’m halfway through already! To give you an idea about this 2-week-blink I’ll tell you about my experiences so far. The first half of my Divemaster was in Sanur, Bali mainland, where I started with 4…Details
This week in Belongas, South Lombok Blue Spotted Stingrays galore once again at our dive Site “Gili Sarang”. We have often seen more than 25 stingrays hanging around the same spot, some swimming, some resting but all in within a 10 meter radius and to this day we are still mesmerized by it. It is…Details
It’s amazing how time flies! I can’t believe that a week has already passed since I arrived in Lombok. I’m really glad that I chose the Dive Zone/Two Fish base in South Lombok as the starting point for my PADI Dive Master course.
This week in Bali: two of the critters that really stood out this week were the beautiful Funeral Jorunna nudibranch and its sister, the Red-Lined Jorunna. We also had a variety of other underwater-life including Morays, Stonefish, a variety of shrimp and even a pygmy Seaforse.
This week in Lembongan… A new young diver explores the reefs of Lembongan. Jack, a 10 year old, who completed his junior open water course with instructor Gwen, had a lot of fun getting his certification. Jack is an active snorkeler and surfer back in his home country of Australia but decided that that was…Details
Jackie and the rest of Singapore’s Team rEvo came over for a visit to Bunaken this week, with a last minute addition of their friend Ken from Canada.
We have had some great dives this week and have even found a new wreck at Bunaken! Not that I think it will be attracting many divers, just out of recreational range Naomi and myself spotted two pretty new looking engines and long tail props along with some bamboo outriggers, whilst on a tech dive.…Details
Belongas, South Lombok this week has been the rise of Great hammerheads. Down here in Belongas we have the opportunity to see both the scalloped hammerheads and the great hammerheads. The scalloped form in schools where as the great are known to be more solitary. When we encounter the great hammerheads we usually only see…Details