PADI IDC on Malapascua for March 2012 is halfway!
Confined water, Malapascua style with a nice and comfy boat
We've done test exams, classroom presentations by me and Sue, confined water presentations, classroom presentations by the students, rescue exercises and various workshops. We're in the midst of where the action is!
Rui showing off the latest running shoe fashion in her classroom presentation
The weather has been amazing so far and I also managed to get some Specialty Instructor training dives in with Stéphanie from France, who's visiting Malapascua just to get this training done. I'm lucky that the dives to Monad Shoal are early morning dives, meet at 5am, dive at 6am, which makes it convenient to schedule her specialty training.
Helen telling us about the importance of surfer marker buoys
Today the second set of theory exams and the first Open Water presentations are scheduled. It's always good to get wet during the IDC's after a day in the classroom!
Oliver aka Obi 1 Canoby selling a mask
Just a few more days and we will be going to Cebu City to attend the PADI IE and after that this road trip is over for a short while and I will be back in Thailand again, back home on Koh Samui, where another PADI IDC is waiting for me.
The creativity of the students, a baby picture of Mr. Bean being compared to a missing diver
Labels: IDC, Malapascua, Philippines, Training