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taylorrobbins

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I spent 5 weeks in Bali to take both my Advanced and Master Apnea Total courses.

Amazing trip. Highly recommended.

Had a few throat squeezes and decided to play it safe by backing out of the Master course.

I've had no problems since then and plan on deep diving again soon.

Thank you to everyone at Apnea Bali!


Music: Tom Misch - Twinkle Twinkle
 

roehm

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I'm seriously considering heading down there to do all my courses start to finish in the coming year. I'd love to hear more about your experience there. Think you could expand more in detail of your classes and general living there in Bali?


Thanks
 

taylorrobbins

Member
Apr 29, 2014
11
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San Clemente, CA
I'm seriously considering heading down there to do all my courses start to finish in the coming year. I'd love to hear more about your experience there. Think you could expand more in detail of your classes and general living there in Bali?


Thanks

The classes are well structured, but ask as many questions as you can; the more you know the better. As for living there, I would have easily spent another 3 months if I had the funds. Amed is an awesome little town to stay in. That side of the island in general has less touristy things to do, but personally I prefer that. If you do go, avoid the rainy season which usually starts around Jan/Feb
 

roehm

Member
Oct 24, 2015
15
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Austin, Texas
The classes are well structured, but ask as many questions as you can; the more you know the better. As for living there, I would have easily spent another 3 months if I had the funds. Amed is an awesome little town to stay in. That side of the island in general has less touristy things to do, but personally I prefer that. If you do go, avoid the rainy season which usually starts around Jan/Feb

Thanks for all the info. How long does the rainy season last generally? And is it just the rainy climate that you don't recommend or does it have more negative effects than someone would normally expect?
 
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