It has been two fantastic weeks in Amed for my Divemaster course. Although the weather has not been great in the afternoon, the mornings were very sunny but the main thing is; there’s been no time for boredom.
Can you believe it’s been six weeks since I first joined the Two Fish team in Amed? Time flies when you’re having fun as they say, but it’s certainly been racing since I got here.
Nusa Lembongan: (Nov 1st-21st) 3 weeks into our divemaster course and we are already saying goodbye to Nusa Lembongan, for now at least, to fly onto Manado and join the two fish crew in Bunaken. What an action filled, learning curve this past 3 weeks has been!
I can’t believe I’m already in week three of my Divemaster course. So far, things have been going well and I only realised a whole week was over, when the instructors told me I should take a day off. Yes there are days off!
It’s been just over two weeks since I first arrived in Nusa Lembongan and began my Divemater Internship and I can’t quiet believe how fast the time has gone!
I’ve been in Amed for about two weeks now, and a few days ago have officially started my Divemaster course. So much is clear already – it’ll be a busy time!
My last and final week of the divemaster trainee was in Lembongan, a small island across from Bali. The switch was a little unnatural at first but turned out to be an invaluable learning experience. Guiding guests diving in current, higher guests turn around, completely different conditions and aquatic life. Indeed, on our dive yesterday…
Today, I celebrated my 100th dive and the 3rd week of my divemaster training. Yeepee! Waking up at 5am to go to a dawn dive! That’s when you know you are really a diver. It was well worth it. The sunrise was bathing the sky in a soft pink color while the remnant of last…