A month and a half goes by in the Maldives as if it was only a few days. Time goes fast when you’re having fun definitely counts here. All the days are filled with warm weather and more importantly, a warm ocean of 28 or more degrees Celsius. The job ritual is getting smoother and better by the day and the dive center team starts to become like a family. Dive sites get familiar and even local fish start to get names. Working as a dive instructor in the Maldives is a dream job for many people and we are the lucky ones to be here and actually do it. ...read more!
Well hello and happy new year all! I hope you’re not still hangover from the big eve and that you started the new year with lots of love. Today I am going to share with you my feelings about not wearing make-up. Because very simple, I’m not wearing any make-up at all anymore. So, let’s talk about our natural faces. ...read more!
A few days ago we went for two dives in Huatulco, my favorite city in Mexico. Huatulco lays in Oaxaca on the Pacific coast and has plenty of interesting marine life. The water is lovely for snorkeling and great for diving. The visibility that we had was only about 7 to 8 meters, but that gave us no issues as the macro life is beautiful. The water temperature was about 27 degrees and with a maximum depth of 18 meters near the coast. We dove at two dive spots; El Laberinto and Morro Maguey. I liked the second spot better for the thousands of porcupinefish. Those creatures are simply adorable! ...read more!