Bye Bye Nusa Lembongan, bye bye manta, bye bye Mola Mola, bye bye Thresher Shark, bye bye Whale Shark. Hello Bunaken, hello Open Water students, Hello DSD, Hello swimming pool.Details
Honestly, When people decide to do their DMT, first thought is: “Cool, I’ll do a lot of Fun Dives, and for free!”. Well…
After stepping on the boat and saying goodbye to Bunaken, I started my little trip towards Lembeh. After a short boat ride and a two hour drive by car I arrived at the harbour. Where i could see the boat that was to pick me up in the distance. In my imagination was the distance…Details
In the last week of my course I found time to relax a bit and mix “business with pleasure”. I made a creation to put into the artificial house reef and sunk it. I particularly liked the scuba review: all of a sudden you’re the one that’s teaching skills to others. Realising this put a…Details
My last week and a half (yes, I extended my stay by six days because I couldn’t bear to leave) in Lembeh has been absolutely fantastic. I got the rest of my course requirements completed – guiding certified divers, scuba review, assisting on continued education and my skills and rescue assessment.
My first week of DMT was not all fun and games. I started directly with studying and watching the video’s that come with it. Apart from that there was some diving.
It’s been a long silence. And that can mean only one thing – we’re busy, especailly with rebreathers and sidemount! So here’s the Bunaken and Lembeh technical diving update for the past couple of weeks.
Just after I had finished my second blog, a telephone call from Bunaken brought good news: There had been a last minute request for an open water course. So I got over there the next day and that was the beginning of a great week.Details