Every week Oceans 5 dive resort tries to organise a beach and reef clean up in the front of their dive resort.
Last week 16 persons joined the the reef clean up. The group was split up in smaller groups with all their own local divemaster. The result of the clean up was 12 bags of rubbish. Its all kind of rubbish.
The dive site looks a bit better now and Oceans 5 dive resort like to thank all the the people who joined the clean up and think about the environment around the Gili Islands.
After 10 days of hard work at Oceans 5 dive resort the Padi Examination was there. The Padi examination took 2 days and its called the IE. IE stands for instructor examination, but many new dive instructors will remeber it as ITs EASY. Because when you finished with your Padi instructor development course (IDC) you are more than prepared for the IE.
Oceans 5 candidates, Peet and Hans, did a great job, but they couldnt have done this job without the Padi course directors Camille Lemmens and Alina Conroy.
A night of celebrating was the end result, Gili Air was dancing, singing and having fun.
Oceans 5 is proud of all of them who helped the candidates to reach their dream to become a dive instructor.
For more infomation about PADI IDC’s on the Gili Islands: http://www.indonesia-idc.com
Oceans 5 dive resort is expanding. The resort has now 4 pool bungalows and 2 standard rooms. In the beginning of August Oceans 5 will have a restaurant, 4 pool bungalows, a family bungalow, and 5 standard rooms.
All rooms will have the same kind of furniture, made of teak wood. All rooms will have free Wifi, access to the pool, breakfast, ac, free coffee, tea and water during the stay. The pool bungalows have hot water.
Oceans 5 dive resort is not a resort that made for divers only. Even as a non diver you are welcome. Oceans 5 resort can arrange tickets and pick up services for you.