Last weekend myself and two friends made a 2 day trip to the Victoria Falls, Livingstone. It was a great little excursion and we saw the the famous Victoria Falls or more correctly the real name Mosi-oa-Tunya (The Smoke Which Thunders). The water levels are usually low at this time of the year but still … More Weekend trip to the falls!
Yesterday I embarked yet on another diving trip herein Djibouti. Got up at 7, got ready, grabbed a few croissants on the way and boarded the boat. The weather was clear blue, warm and calm. We had a group of about 20 people of which 6 were diving and the rest snorkeling. It took about … More White Sands Dive Trip
So yesterday got to go on another night time wreck dive here in Djibouti. The sea was the calmest in 5 years according to our resident diving instructor. The Dive itself was just as amazing just as the first time. I have a more detailed post on the previous dive here: https://kamakawida.wordpress.com/2015/03/12/one-of-the-best-dives-i-have-ever-been-on/ We also had … More Yesterdays Night Dive.
Yesterday was the last dive of my Advanced Open Water course. It was a single night dive at an old massive (150m) ship wreck roughly 20 minutes outside of Djibouti port by speedboat. We were a total of 8 persons (2 crew, dive instructor and the rest divers). We departed at 17:45 just as the … More One of the best Dives I have ever been on.
Here is a site that has pictures of some of the sights underwater here in Djibouti. The one location which is especially interesting is the ‘crack’ which is a narrow gap formed between two continental plates (the continental fault). This is definitely one location that I am looking forward to diving! Hopefully in one or … More Djibouti Diving Underwater Pictures.
Here is an amazing interactive website about water and facts relating to it. It is worth a look. Even if you are not interested in water, the website itself is very well made. Enjoy! http://waterlife.nfb.ca/#/