For those of you following our Dive Gossip column I have to say it has been quiet on this side of the world. Our intern consistency has changed form a group of 100% male to 100% female! Expected was more drama but it seems to be less. ( Great going girls!) We started slow, still 3 male dmt’s on their last few weeks to finishing when the first girl arrived. Continue reading
I remember when I was a little kid we used to go camping all the time. I am not a iPhone generation so we played outside and collected bugs or chased butterflies. One of my favorite was the Roly-Poly, or better know as the woodlouse. You could fool people and pretend you had raisins, cuz once you touch them they roll up in little balls and look just like a yummy licorice or raisin. (no I did not eat them) :) Continue reading
Using our depth finder we are searching for a spot where its 40 meters deep, I’m really excited, I can’t wait to jump in the water and start to descend. My deepest dive was around 27 meters, and now we are going to touch the 40 meters! We finally found a spot where its 40 meters, so we throw out the anchor line. Continue reading
Your first open water dive… The best experience ever! My first dive experience was a few weeks ago. I did a DSD with my instructor Barbara .The first time underwater, it make you speechless. I was a little nervous in the beginning because I didn’t know what to expect but after a few minutes underwater I forgot all my fears and just loved it. I discovered a whole new world: the many schools of colorful fish above you, the super elegant eagle ray swimming beside you and in the end we saw a real shark! It was a lifetime experience! I’ll never forget my first breaths underwater.
in one of my previous blogs I mentioned something about the TV series ” Miami Ink” (it has been a while back) I was then mentioning that so much “soap news” was happening at a dive center that we could set up a Coco Dive. I did keep track for a week on a dive shop diary, but I think we are more advanced and in need of a gossip column! :) Continue reading
Scuba diving, some people say it’s like yoga, and I share that feeling. After a dive I feel less stressful and happy. I think diving could be sort of therapy for some people, escaping from all the drama in the world, and making some bubbles. That’s one of the things I like about scuba diving, here are some more reasons. Continue reading
You live in the USA, Europe, Canada or any country with colder winters, you had a great dive vacation last summer and wake up one day and it is cold………. You think: “I need sun, I need a break, I need to get out of here” What is a perfect choice to for you to get in a better mood, relax get a tan and learn something at the same time? Continue reading