Today Mr. B did a solo exploration to Mallipo Beach (만리포해수욕장). The weather was warmer than normal however a big storm was moving in quick. The winds picked up and cleared the sky for a bit and allowed for some amazing images to be captured. This beach has a large sand area that has plenty of room, waves for surfers and lots of coffee shops and restaurants. A little bit of something for everyone.
We have been so incredibly busy and have so much going on right now we haven’t been posting for ever…we apologize in advance…
Wow it has been an amazing year and we finally made it to Bali. We had an amazing time thanks to our friends Rob & Summer’s recommendation on an AirBnB villa. This is where we met two amazing people that we can now call friends (Made & Merci)…and WOW can Merci cook…she was an amazing chef that took care of all of our villa (and more importantly food needs). So much to say…but better to just watch the video.
Diving with Aquatic Frontier, the weekend of 26-27 November 2011. The owner, Allen Rivera, was able to conduct 4 diver specialties including: wreck diver, deep diver, night diver and peak performance buoyancy as well as conduct a Rescue Diver certification. Aside from an extremely busy weekend we were able to get some great diving and video in now that we are ending the year. Come dive with Aquatic Frontier in South Korea.
Once again I was out on the East Coast at Sacheon Beach and Kyung Po to do some great diving with Aquatic Frontier. This time I was finishing up my wreck diver specialty. I was able to complete my first wreck penetration, although small it was an exciting dive. The trip was almost a bust thanks to me forgetting to tie down my GoPro camera I just got the week before but Allen from Aquatic Frontier was able to find it at 82 feet just about 24 hours after I lost it. Check out the video below.
Got to go diving again with the people from Aquatic Frontier. We went to the South Korean East Coast, Sacheon Beach in Gangneung to be exact. We got in beach, boat and wreck dives. Although the weather wasn’t the best visibility was good and everyone there had a blast! I am always looking forward to diving with everyone from here.
For Columbus day I (Mr. B.) was able to get away from everyone and join some great friends for some diving on the East Coast of Korea. Sacheon Beach, Gangneung, Gangwon-do to be exact, see link for more information on the area: Sacheon Beach Information
Aquatic Frontier (aquaticfrontier.com) held a dive trip weekend that got together divers of all experiences, from new divers going for their Basic Open Water Certification, Advanced Open Water Students (which was me) and some other divers who just went along to get some dives in on a great weekend. The weather couldn’t have been more perfect. During the day the air temperature was around 65-72 and the water temperature was 68 on the surface and a few meters down.
During the weekend we were able to do several dives; beach dives, boat dives, wreck dives and a deep dive. Our deep dive took us down to 82 feet with a bottom temperature of 58 degrees Fahrenheit. The wreck dives were at 74-79 feet with a temperature of about 61 degrees F at the bottom. The ocean on the East Coast on Monday was lake conditions, very calm and flat; excellent for the ride to and from on the boat.
I would like to thank everyone at Aquatic Frontier for an EXCELLENT weekend getaway, and I am eagerly looking forward to my wreck dive specialty dives coming up! Great job guys!
We shot this video driving through Seoul the other night. Saturday night was AMAZING out, perfect weather and a nice breeze. Seoul tower looked amazing and so did all the buildings, the temperature was perfect to have the windows down and enjoy the cityscape flying by as we drove. Even the rain could stop Sarah from taking some amazing video that I was able to edit together. We hope you enjoy it!