Learn to Dive » Review by Evelyn Jane Thorne
We spent the first 2 days learning skills at pro dive it was a mixture of theory and practical. Some of the skills we learned were assembling our tanks,filling our masks with water and emptying them while underwater in the pool, losing and recovering our regulators. On day 3 we were taken to the pro dive retail shop where we could store any extra luggage then we were taken on the bus to the wharf. Our boat was called scuba pro and it was our home for the next 3 days.
On day 1 we went diving twice and it was amazing, the water was a bit rough but once we were under the water it was spectacular. After the second dive on day 2 we were certified open water divers and we are now able to dive to 18 meters. On our third dive we went diving by ourselves in buddy teams without instructors, it was such a different experience. The fourth dive was an optional night dive i was too sick to do it but everybody loved it. On day 3 you did another 3 dives unless you had an early flight then you couldn't because you can only fly after 24 hours of not diving. I went snorkeling 2 times and i saw so many amazing fish and coral it was so beautiful. We had an amazing cook who was so nice she even prepared separate food for me because i have coeliacs, it was nice because it made me feel like i was normal again. The staff and instructors were all so nice even when you struggled with something for example i had major issues with the stairs to get back on the boat they were so patient and they saved me numerous times. The staff did such a great job at keeping the boat clean, it was such a great environment to live in. I was lucky enough to be with the people i was and i would not change a single thing about my trip except for i wish it was longer. It was so sad to say goodbye to the new friends i had just made including the staff, to me we weren't students and instructors, we were family.
Review written Jun 2013event 0.3