📸 — Tulamben, Bali Indonesia

We did our first ship wreak dive on the other side of Bali. The USAT Liberty was a ship that the US used as an army transport and was sunk by the Japanese during WW2. It ended up on the coasts of Indonesia, for our pleasure.

Maeghan royally screwed up the camera settings on the two dives… but our buddy Mark who has been notoriously stalking us (and we love him for it!) flew in and met us here in Indonesia and is the 6th country we’ve met in since first becoming friends in Nicaragua while getting our Open Water certification!

Also we apparently all suck at beach entry dives. Oli got his knees bashed up and Maeghan looked like a dolphin breaching from water every time the tide pulled her in… #madskills.

Note: the better pictures are Marks pictures :)

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Made & Yoggy our two dive masters from Aqua Dive Paradise. Turns out we are clumsy AF when it comes to beach entries.

Our friend Mark flew out from New Zealand to come diving with us and ended up sticking around the Indonesian waters to get his dive masters!

Mark took some pictures for 3rd person perspective :)
👆 Photos underwater by Mark on his iPhone 7 with deep water diving case. Photos 👇 are mine from the GoPro and I royally screwed up the white balance and camera settings so they are a pleasant green. I am not going to colour correct them… but know the water was as blue and beautiful as above!
Wreak diving
The USAT Liberty was a ship that the US used as an army transport and was sunk by the Japanese during WW2. It ended up on the coasts of Indonesia, for our pleasure.
This guy on the left was white like snow!
This is a cannon!
Trumpet fish!
Heading to a separate beach for our second dive.
Morae eel

Oh gosh, looking at these is embarrassing! We can do so much better!

Sea cucumber on the hunt for food.
Catching the boat to Gili T our next stop! 👋
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