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Life after Open Water Course

Congratulations, you have just completed the most important dive course of your life and the entire ocean is open for you! You probably feel excited and maybe bit overwhelmed with all the options you have. How to get the best out of your new dive certification?

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Internship in Thailand, Koh Tao

It was rainy October in 2017 and I was browsing the internet trying to find a place to do my last internship for my Hospitality Management studies. My interests about Hotel and Restaurant Services are varied, so I didn’t see myself doing my internship in restaurant or hotel reception. I need something new, different and maybe a bit exotic.

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It is generally well known, that we earthlings have a huge problem in our hands. Approximately 8 million tons of plastic waste end up in to the ocean every year killing birds, marine life and poisoning the earths water resources. Since most of the plastic is non-biodegradable it will slowly break into micro plastics that find their way back to our plates and even drinking water. If we continue this way there will be more plastic than fish in our Oceans by 2050.

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Get refreshed!

Let’s say it’s been a while, maybe a year or three, since you last were on a diving holiday. Do new conditions make you nervous? Do you feel confident in doing the kind of diving you’re certified to do? Do you remember how to clear your mask? What about emergency skills like sharing air and ascending while sharing air?

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Give your loved ones something to remember

I’m sure everyone has been struggling with what kind of Christmas presents to buy for their loved ones. Too often the presents bought in a hurry end up forgotten in our closets. And when cleaning to the bin, dump and finally to the ocean. If we keep up the way we live now, in 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in our oceans. Every week there ends up plastic amount of two Empire State Building to our oceans. Plastic waste is dangerous for oceans’ ecosystems and animals but also for humans’ health. Microscopic small plastic particles end up to our bodies through food chains. What if instead of a new pair of pyjama pants you would get an optional present for you friend?

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