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Last Day of Open Water Course☆ With Sharks!

By June 21, 2018No Comments

The wind is slowly getting calmer in Ishigaki island♪

Today was the last day of the Open water course(≧▽≦) We did lots of skill practice and my student’s is getting more and more confident for every dive☆☆
Of course, it is important to practice but we also had plenty of time to explore the sea♪ We saw many colorful fishes, such as these Clown Anemonefishes(*^▽^*)

Lots of Sea goldies and Blue-green damselfishes swam in and out of the corals(^O^)

At Yonehara east, we found two small Whitetip reef sharks. Recently, they’ve been hiding in the same place every time(;^ω^) I hope they will continue to stay here as they grow up… but by then they won’t fit in this small hole anymore(;・∀・)

No Manta rays at Manta scramble today((+_+)) I was trusting they would show up.. but then again, I always do(;´・ω・)
Of course, we also did skill practice at Manta Scramble.

Our Fun diving team saw a Spotted eagle ray\(^o^)/ I envy them♪♪♪

From now on the sea will continue to calm down☆ and soon the rainy season will end☆ Finally, the true summer will come♪♪

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