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Second trip to Puerto Galera with my AOW and Enriched Air Diver students :)

I like bringing my students to Puerto Galera (PG).

PG is really a good place for divers as it offers a variety of dive sites for different skill levels.

It offers interesting night dives, wrecks, macro, deep dives and even technical dive opportunities. The majority of dive sites are close to the shore, which allows divers to relax during their surface intervals at the beach, restaurants or even to go for a quick nap in their hotel room!

As we don't get many holidays in Hong Kong (HK), it is very important for the trip to be efficient. I offer the knowledge review and confined water exercises in HK and take my students to PG for their open water exercises. This allow us to enjoy our trip with minimal studying time and ideally get to do more fun dives during our trip.

For this trip, we left HK on Friday evening after work and got back on Monday evening. We only had to take one day off and finished two courses ~

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