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Who wants to ride and dive, with Instructor 'Thong' today?
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Our super cool Master Blaster, Aravind with a DSD. Arvind absolutely loves giving DSD briefings, and anyone who gets one of those always has a smile on their faces.
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Deep and breezy, is what Pondicherry's Fan garden is. How many Feather Stars does it take to impress you?

To know more about Fan Garden check out: http://bit.ly/2AO7a51
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The Sea Pen was named after a quill pen, which it strongly resembles. The sea pen is not actually one animal, but rather consists of many separate animals called polyps. These polyps use their tentacles to catch food. Some sea pens are more than 5 ft. (1.5m) high.
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The Bartail Flathead is an ambush predator which has evolved to camouflage perfectly with the ocean floor.
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Masks rank right up top as one of the most important pieces of dive gear to own. After all, you’re going underwater to see and experience. Without a mask, you won’t be seeing much, will you?
Read more on The Temple Gear Guide To Masks here:

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"Ascent"

We did some Tec 45 dive training in our freshwater lake with our awesome dive buddy, Ozaki from Japan!! Practising simulated decompression with 3 tanks on sidemount. We also took out the twin sets as we tried them on the different BCDs, Scubapro has to offer :)
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Over the last few weeks, you have heard, saw and read a lot about Parking Lot - at 18m deep, the site is a collection of pyramids to rival the ones at Giza – the pharaoh’s tomb, surrounded by his modern chariots – seven bikes, a truck, and his personal limousine.
Presenting a teaser trailer of the massive reef building operations we did in the first week of September. Hopefully, we can spend a bit more time on land and get the full documentary out :)

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Lionfish have feathery pectoral fins that are used to attract smaller prey. This little guy was found in Wreck City a few days ago.

Learn more about our divesites here on : http://bit.ly/2ncIWeY
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