I was asked at work today to write a blog so here I am…. not sure this is what was intended but hey…. when you are 77 sleeps away from the most awesome diving holiday ever I surely can’t be blamed for being distracted! In 77 sleeps time the journey to Truk Lagoon will
Just a quick update to let everybody know, that on Wednesday 20th August we will be holding our next presentation evening. Everybody is invited to come along and show their support to all of our avid divers that have gained a certification in the last month. We will be putting on our usual buffet.
We arrived early at Gatwick so we could beat the queues and hopefully get extra leg room seats. The recent news of luggage chaos was also on my mind so we wanted to give our bags every chance of meeting the plane we would be on. It was a relatively painless process, apart from a
The bell rings for breakfast and we are all still beaming from the amazing Thistlegorm experience. Waleed shouts his usual words, scrambled, poach-ed, om-a-let and we are refuelled with eggs and toast ready for our next dive. Next up is the Kingston which was built in 1871 as a general cargo ship with a tonnage
Day 5. Today is the last full day of diving and the water is flat calm and the reef invisible. It is easy to see how so many boats have come to rest here. As it’s so calm there is no breeze so at 6.30 am it is already warm and humid.The boat begins to