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Sharm Chamber's 20 Year Anniversary!
So it has been 20 years since the Sharm el Sheikh Hyperbaric Chamber opened its doors. In light of this, and the amazing support that has been given by the chamber to both guests, residents and the local residents I thought I would share an article that I w...
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Day Three in Martinique with Caroline
On Day 3, I woke early and joined the lads for an early morning swim at 06h00.  We swam almost 2 kms, and although the sea was calm, I kept thinking about the film Jaws, and the music kept coming back as I looked down at all the fishes below me.  A turtle s...
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Day Two of Caroline's Martinique Adventure
Here is day two of Caroline's Martinique dive blog: The second day at UCPA St Pierre in Martinique started with a swim in the sea at 06h00 with the lads, looking at brightly coloured bands of fish. A wonderful surprise swam past us,  its beak pointing out t...
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Martinique First Day's Diving
After arriving at Fort de France airport in Martinique (8 hours flight from Paris), the 38 Musketeers had a 1h30 bumpy coach ride to the North of the island, to a UCPA centre about 20ms north of Saint Pierre village. After having been totally destroyed by t...
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Good morning ladies (and a few gents too). I would like to introduce Caroline one of our newer DiveBunnies who is currently diving in Martinique. She has very kindly offered to write a guest blog for us of her trip.  Here is what she has to say: Hi Dive Bun...
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The DiveBunnie Blog
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Top 5 tips that will have you Whipping off that Mask with Ease!
So... in response to a question I recently posted on our DiveBunnie Facebook page , I have come to realise that possibly the number one tricky skill that has many divers floundering is the old mask removal and replacement skill. I too struggled with this on...
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Time for a little Research
Oooh so we have some exciting times ahead of us. There is a tiny chance hubbie and I might be venturing on a little trip... to quite possibly the number one scuba diver destination. This is going to mean a little research (we want to check the islands out b...
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Hair Care for a Dive Guide
So the question I am often asked is "How do I keep my hair looking good after diving?" Ok so this might turn out to be a bit of a girlie post, however it is an issue, especially for those with longer tresses. Exposure to excessive sun and salt water, along ...
Hair Care for a Dive Guide
Hair Care for a Dive Guide
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What a Fabulous Bounce Back
So this almost makes me want to brave the cooler waters of the temperate climes. And what a great story of regeneration, just 80 years ago (a blip in the grand scheme of things) Monterey Bay was polluted and barren, with most of its wildlife gone. Thanks to...
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Whimped Out and Went Dry
Haha! I know those of you who dive in temperate waters will be hanging your head in shame at this post, but today I was a happy DiveBunnie because I was toasty warm. Somehow being cold just totally gets in the way of my enjoyment of a dive. I end up spendin...
Whimped Out and Went Dry
Whimped Out and Went Dry
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