This September 2014 Project Aware carries on the tradition of the whole month being Debris Month of Action, and at Two Fish we always support this. Not only during the month of September in fact, we organise clean-up dives all year round, but we up the game a little during September!
Wooo, I’m finally a Divemaster! My last week in Lembongan was very busy, but it was great to see all the signatures being signed off on my form. Day by day getting closer and closer to that final signature!
This week in Lembongan… The cleaning crew has been out in full force, offering their complete deluxe wax and polish service to Molas of all shapes and sizes!
This week in Bunaken…. Divers on Bunaken are paying tribute to the littler creatures out on our magnificent walls, highlighting especially the goby! Pictured here is the common fire dart goby most often found in the rubble coral or sandy bottoms of the slopes in and around Bunaken. The goby is too easily forgotten but…
Fun divers are having turtle town in Bunaken, and it’s not the size that matters in Lembongan.
This is my fourth week as a dive master intern. This week my brother has come over to do his advanced course at Bunaken. I assisted on his course and since it was my last few days at Two Fish Bunaken I wrapped up some of my pending swim tests and the dive mapping activity.
This week in Lembeh we have had a good time with the critters, as well as having a few return guests coming back.
The mini-dive is a new addition to the confined water section of the new PADI Open Water Course skills. This is where student divers plan a simulated dive in a controlled environment with the assistants of their instructor. To make dive planning even easier, students now have the dive planning slate that walks them through…