A Diver’s Company // Eivissa

Punta Dive_Eivissa

Punta Dive – Eivissa

Punta Dive, Diving, Eivissa, Ibiza, Cala Martina

Dive Crew – Eivissa (Punta Dive Facebook, original here)

This post is a little detour, I hope a valuable one, as it additionally shows…well…people! Usually, when travelling, I am quite successful in avoiding gatherings of people. When diving, it is not only an accompanying factor, but also very much appreciated to meet like-minded people. So all you like-minded divers, I salute you!

So what is there more to say except: Thanks to Wouter, Davy, Gio, Adam, David, Jason, Giampi from Punta Dive, and – last but not least – my buddy Fiona for making my diving education an amazing experience (now being Advanced Open Water Diver, yey!). Next steps: Rescue Diver and Deep Diving Specialty Course. Don Pedro…vamos a vernos lo antes posible!

PS: It wasn’t me who took the second picture, which means that I am actually on the picture. If you can spot the economist, you get a crisis explanation for free! Good luck…and Tata!


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