A Mystery friend …

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He was a little hard to photograph. Mr Harlequin just won’t have it today. We had to patiently waiting until he was in the mood for one or two pictures … Or maybe because he just wanted to have the play time with this mystery friend ….

All Alone …

Some are alone in the deep sea …. and not many can pull this off …. Well, with the week ending so good, a party under the moon would be a choice to celebrate ….

Dark Critters ….

Beary arrived the National Park of Tangkoko at about 4pm after an hour drive from the resort. The Reserve located on the northeast tip of Sulawesi’s northern peninsula protects about over 125 mammals, 225 birds and a little over 100 reptile and amphibians species. Most of those species are endemic to the island. Walked through…

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Bianca

Bianca is a name of a liveaboard docks in the bay of a dive site which eventually become the name of the site. Divers dive there primarily to see Mandarin fish. We dive there to see a lot more. This afternoon we saw this dark beauty lazily laying on the coral with his left-over big…

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The view to kill for ….

I have been dreaming having this image taken from our house reef. Pip and Tess from Hashtag travel made it happened this week. There are more beautiful images you will see in a few weeks which we will love to share them all with you. Now, how about diving? Well, it’s always a special moment…

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In 28°C water

Just perfect to us divers!  We have a very nice group of divers from Argentina who were having fun teaching our staff Spanish. Dives have not been boring …. Little golden goby just peak on the window watching Mr Devil …. Juvenile Barramundi Cod cheerfully running every where. And Mr Hairy was stick to where…

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SARABA ….

Back from our dives, the girls are always welcome us with a smile to serve hot chocolate, tea, and coffee, not to forget Saraba. Saraba is the typical ginger drink originally from Makasar. Indonesians believe this drink to increase stamina and get rid of cold. The drink becomes favorite drink here among our divers and…

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Back from Teluk Kambahu today which we saw more octopuses than any other site. Wonderpus is first one we encountered. I think like most octopus they are not very approachable. You will need to take as gentle as steps possible toward them. If you are lucky he may pose nice for you. The mototi Octopus…

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One easy dive in April …..

Everyone has been working very hard the last one week finishing the pathway project. New path is ready for new arrival on Saturday. On to diving, a giant beautiful corral octopus sit comfortably on this giant coral reef rock in our house reef today which drive all our divers crazy to decide weather we jump…

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  People often call them bad swimmer. Part of their name is Kampos means sea monster. To me, they do not looking anything such as monster at all. They are one of the most beautiful critters in my opinion. They are so against nature in reproduction. It was told that they have very traditional courtship…

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