Shark Diving, Fiji
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Vertigo.
It’s not really something you’d choose to experience when you’re about to go diving with bull sharks in Fiji, none smaller than the size of a car.
Vertigo.
15 metres down and my ears felt like they were about to erupt and explode into thousands of pieces.
Vertigo.

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wreck-diving-fiji
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  OUR FIRST WRECK DIVE   There’s something creepy about wrecks. I don’t know why I felt a shudder diving the Raiyawa – after all, it wasn’t like anyone had died down here. But wrecks are often perceived as being underwater memorials to the deceased. True, many wrecks around the […]

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ultimate_-savusavu
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    We knew there was something special about Savusavu before we even arrived. Ever time we mentioned our upcoming trip, we would receive the same type of wide-eyed reaction. “Oh Savusavu! How beautiful!” or “Savusavu? It’s so beautiful I want to retire there.”   Savusavu is known as Fiji’s […]

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How to become a more confident scuba diver
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I’m a nervy diver. The kind of diver no one with experience would ever willingly choose to buddy up with.
I panic, I faff about and use delaying tactics to bide my time until I know I am absolutely certain I want to go for a dive.
Despite my fears, the ocean continues to call me. The lure of the water seeps into my inner being and I want to descend. I must descend.

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HOW WE FELL IN LOVE WITH SHARKS
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She sweeps around to face us, advancing a few metres before coming to a stop a short distance away from the cage.
She glares.
Her beady little black eyes penetrate me. It feels like I’m staring into a Dementor from Harry Potter, being kissed by the soul-sucking fiend.
She breaks eye contact and I can breathe again.

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