This week in Lembongan… nautical charts were spread open, compasses at the ready and global positioning systems on, as Commander Laurent and the team set sail for exploring Lembongan’s waters.
Day 1: Today was my official start of my Dive Master Training! And yes I am doing the blog even though it’s day one. Lol. But I figured why not? Day one is actually a really important day and what I better way to celebrate it, then documenting it.
So here we are, at the end of a 5-week long training. I have completed my PADI divemaster internship, and it has been a wonderful experience through which I have been able to acquire a wide range of skills. It certainly has allowed me to expand my knowledge base of the diving industry.
Week 2 of my divemaster training- being a panic diver is quite an exercise The past week I have been assisting on a rescue course. When I heard that Georgia, a fellow DMT, was starting her rescue course, I told Bryce that I would really like to assist on the course. I had no idea…
Here in Lembeh, we have crabs. Though full of exotic fish and cephalopods, Lembeh offers a wide variety of crustaceans as well.
Welcome to our Weekly Roundup! Last week we had porcelain crabs, cuttlefish, turtle power, rebreather diving, and Mr Bean on first aid.
This week in Lembongan… As night falls, the ninja manta rays glide through the darkness and jump between the shadows of the day. Around 10% of the manta population in Lembongan are melanistic morphs (A.K.A ninja mantas, Black mantas)
Week 4 already, time is flying by… Only one more week to go before it’s over. I very much enjoyed week 4 as I got to assist on an open water course with a student from China. He was a very good student, attentive and serious, he did extremely well, so congratulations Ben and enjoy…