Life in the Aquatic Lane, see life through the eyes of SCUBA diving instructor and guide DiveBunnie as she takes on the joys and challenges of living in Egypt and working in the Red Sea Riviera.

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Latest Blog Posts for DiveBunnie

  • Shark, Shark and... no Shark
    on Nov 23, 2013
    OK so I have been a little slack with the blog... and here I cast my mind back to the last few dives of November, and actually the last few dives of my time with Ocean College!On this particular day we were in Tiran, and again the forecast was a good...
  • Final Fissle
    on Nov 22, 2013 in Thistlegorm wreck diving
    And the terrible trio re-unite. I was guiding with my good friend Hatem and hubbie came on board with us for a spot of fun diving. Yes... guides do actually choose to get up before dawn and fun dive this wreck. It really is that good! And as this was...
  • Prodical Son Returns
    on Nov 11, 2013 in discover scuba diving
    OK that might be slightly overdramatic. However today, as I arrived at the dive centre, guests in tow, I noticed someone I recognised. After eight years of working at the same dive centre, this is a pretty common occurrence. The challenge is rem...
  • Fish FrenzyToday I was back in the water after a few days off, and teaching SCUBA Reviews.I had three students, all of whom had only completed the four dives of their Open Water Courses and then not dived for over a year.So.. realising that many of the finer de...
  • And Success!!
    on Oct 23, 2013 in e-open water Easy Jet kitesurfing
    Anyway, we were on to our day out on the boat. I always love this bit, as we get to see some lovely reef and, if I have managed to do my job right, my student gets to see what it is like to do a day's boat diving. I try to complete as many of the div...
  • E-Learning Day TwoHaving completed so much yesterday, we only had a few bits to complete today yay! I love being ahead of the game. That way, everything just takes on so much more of a relaxed tone.Once the swim tests were done... it was time for our Open Water Dive.I...
  • E-learning
    on Oct 21, 2013 in e-learning Open Water Course Padi
    This week, prior to a short nip back to the UK to bring the kitty cat home, I was teaching E-learning Open Water... and to a pilot!!Yes, one of the Easy Jet team was learning to dive.Because of similarities with procedures and precise requirements of...
  • A Total Fish Fest
    on Oct 4, 2013 in Naama Bay scuba review shore diving
    Today I was teaching a SCUBA review course for a father and son. Dad was a highly qualified BSAC diver(the Brit equivalent of PADI... oops don't let them hear me say that), and the son a relative novice with only thirteen dives notched on his weight...
  • Something Fishy Going onOne of the things that fascinates me when I go diving is the activity of the creatures down below.It is not all about pretty fish and corals, there is an intricate web of culture and society going on down there. Ok I am humanising wildlife but I do n...
  • Guiding Guiding Guiding...And I am not complaining! It seems that after my initial foray back into work via a Discover Scuba Diving Course... I have been on the guiding roster since. This is where we take qualified divers out on the reefs and guide them around the best parts.
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