Going underwater feels like entering another planet, yet it’s part of our own. It’s like its very own theatre or TV series even the same dive sites you regularly dive you never see the same things everytime, it’s an ever changing landscape. Read more “Why I dive”
A few months ago everyone heard about the Dive Garage and wonder what the Dive Garage is. Well, this 2 part Blog will take you behind the scene of making the Dive Garage. How it started and what you can expect from the Dive garage in the near future. Read more “The making of Dive Garage”
Beyond blaming the shark for the attack!!
Since the release of Jaws , the overwhelming public perception is that sharks are dangerous to humans and do not deserve to be protected. I hope the recent accident that happened in Khorfakkan where a man has been attacked by a shark will not lead to a “monster hunt’ here in the UAE. Read more “Sharks in our waters.”
Lets start with, what is sidemount diving?
It originated as a configuration for advanced cave diving, as it facilitates penetration of tight sections of cave, allows easy access to cylinder valves, provides easy and reliable gas redundancy, and tanks can be easily removed when necessary. These benefits for operating in confined spaces were also recognized by divers who conducted technical wreck diving penetrations. Read more “Why I like Sidemount Diving”
In July last year we had an incredible experience that many people only dream about to be able to see. Occasionally we can have whale sharks passing through our waters here but they are seen very rarely maybe only 2 or 3 times a year and probably for just a quick visit swimming past on a dive site. Read more “Whale Sharks”
Being a lady Scuba diver and respecting culture changes from travel
Moving to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) at first seemed rather daunting, especially after the casual working atmosphere of Koh Phi Phi, Thailand. But luckily the sense of adventure overcomes any sort of doubts about new experiences and cultures! Read more “Welcome to the UAE”
People will say life in the city is fast and busy. This is one of the reasons I enjoy life over on the east coast. The waking up to the sun rise and listening to the ocean crashing against the beach is just so relaxing. You don’t have the noise of the cars or the city life.