Maddi’s first divemaster trainee blog WOOHOO! I’ve started my Divemaster in the centre of the Indo-Australian archipelago- Bunaken Island, North Sulawesi. Arriving on day 1 to a bunch of friendly faces was a comforting feeling as a solo backpacker, and with a few welcome drinks at night I couldn’t wait for the next day to…Details
It’s a few days to Christmas and you can feel it in the air. The lights are twinkling and decorations blowing in the gentle Lembeh breeze, hinting at the exciting days that lie ahead.
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.
The PADI Wreck Specialty is a fantastic course which, once completed, opens the door to truly magnificent wreck diving around the world. Big congratulations to Brent Heckendorf and Jackie Murray for finishing the PADI Wreck Specialty, despite a few frustrating days beached on land watching the calendar with a worried eye. However, an ear infection…Details
Well what a few weeks it has been, having the pleasure to assist and teach various courses during our instructor internship with Two Fish.
Diving has traditionally been taught and done in teams or with a buddy. The rationale behind this is that adding another person automatically adds safety (as well as enjoyment) to the dive. However, we believe there are exceptions to the rule: situations in which Solo Diving – or knowing how to safely dive on your…Details
We also spot them a lot on “Gili Air wall” and “Bounty Wreck”. Sometimes they can be really friendly and come out to get a closer look and other times they can charge out and give you a little bite, which of course never really hurts. More funny than anything. We have also been on…Details