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Here it’s cold, grey, foggy no sun or sandy beach in sight.
I was born here, but I don’t fit,
speak 9 languages,
like worldmusic and international cuisine.
Most of my friends are foreigners.
I like snow, mountains and wild nature.
BUT, I love the ocean,
there’s nothing more beautiful.
Since I’m a kid, I’ve been attracted by water of any kind.
Once I almost drowned, a big Atlantic ocean wave against
a 2 years old kid playing too close by the water.
My mum saved me.
The ocean spit me out, gave us another chance to become friends.
Even from the bathtub, my parents couldn’t get me out.
I could swim when I was 5 years old,
my playground was the forest and the lake.
I spent in the sea, playing,
till the adults forced me out.
When I was 12, I did a Discovery Dive in the pool.
I loved the freedom to breathe under water,
but we didn’t have money for diving.
During a riverrafting camp,
my passion for watersports grew.
I went to Brazil, snorkeled on a very clear jungle river,
crowded with fishes, among it red Piranhas.
One year later I was on Tioman Island.
Snorkelling, I was surrounded by purple, blue, orange, yellow fishes,
never saw that many in my life before.
I got to dive!
I took the Padi Open Water and directly the Advanced.
My teacher recommended Sipadan to me.
This place is of infinite beauty.
Visiblity 35-40 meters, 10 white-tip reef sharks and hawksbill turtles on each dive.
The most fascinating thing, was to be surrounded by more fish than water.
I loved the Barracuda schools,
which formations resemble a Tornado.
This should be my life.
I want to see more places like that,
wake up every morning with the fresh breeeze on the boat
and the salty water spray in my face.
About 7 months after my first dive,
I did my Divemaster Course on Tioman Island.
It was one of the best times of my life.
Getting to know the life of the locals and the divesites in
To see, how people enjoyed,
improved their skills and overcame their fears.
The person who introduced me into this world,
I own him million thanks.
Now back home,
I miss every sunrise and sunset on the Island.
Miss to see the old friends;
Giant Morayeel who guards the jetty,
hyperactive Boxfish in the reef and same old Grouper in the swimthrough.
Miss to be swallowed by the deep, calm ocean,
the different scales of blue,
where sounds and light go astray,
where the only sound is the bubbles I blow,
where I know exactly that this is my place to fit.
Miss to feel the freedom to sit in the front of the rocking boat
and to see nothing but horizon.
Miss the joy to give some people a chance to discover the same.
Hey there my name is Nadia Aly. I am the owner & creator of ScubaDiverLife.com & Community.ScubaDiverLife.com. These are two websites – The first being ScubaDiverLife.com that is the main blog, where I have daily blog posts and then share them through social channels. It’s going so well that some posts have almost 200 shares on them! The second is Community.ScubaDiverLife.com – where anyone can join easily, upload photos, videos, take part in discussion, blog, chat and much much more. I built these websites on my own with the skills I have acquired over my lifetime.
This passion sprung from a trip to Fiji in November of 2010. Diving in Fiji unleashed an obsession for the sport. It grew even more when I randomly through myself on a plane to Kona, Hawaii. Where I did the famous Manta Ray night dive. That dive was the most amazing thing I have ever done in my life. If I could have cried underwater I would have, it was beyond beautiful.
I first started scuba diving in my early teens and have been very busy since. I completed my Undergraduate degree in Fine Arts and then a Masters of Digital Media. With that said now I am working at one of the worlds largest companies as a social media manager, in one of the rainiest places in the States… Seattle. I only get 15 days vacation a year and don’t have much time to go scuba diving. I am nowhere near being a Scuba Diving Master and would just be thrilled to have the opportunity to do so.
I run my scuba communities throughout the day and have grown them to almost ten thousand members in less than two months. I am a queen when it comes to generating content, and I would be super stoked to be able to create much more content for my scuba sites and for Blue Seasons Bali. I have many skills when it comes to the digital realm. I can blog, make videos and edit them, Photoshop, graphics design, web design & execution, community building and growth and on top of that I am a social media queen.
Already having quite a large portfolio my skills are defiantly noticeable. I want to go to Bali to learn everything I can possibly can about scuba diving. So I have good knowledge to share with my communities and other divers around the world. I have these amazing scuba diving websites and have nowhere near the water time that most of my members have. Not to say that I don’t know anything about scuba diving, I do … I just don’t have the experience that many others have. I am a high energy, easygoing character that is extremely friendly, passionate, loving and much more.
Being in Bali would give me the opportunity to showcase what the Scuba Diver Life really is all about, being able to create and share stories with the divers of the world.
“Why I want to change my life and become a PADI Instructor?”
Hi I’m Catherine Taylor. I currently live on the Gold Coast, Australia.
I have spent the last 10 years trying to change my life and figure out what I want to do and what makes me joyful beyond words. This has cost me loads of money and I have had fun along the way, as well as tears. I am now at a point where action is required!! No more hiding or running away. 2011 is the year to change my life and become an incredible PADI Instructor.
I’ve only just realised what I want to do with my life. I have tried many things, and enjoyed all of them; some more than others. Worm farming was not one of them. Whilst on my quest to find true joy and happiness, and a great career that I absolutely love to go to work every day, I have realised that all my life I have loved the ocean, water and sea life and animals. I just didn’t realise how to make it work for me. Everyone calls me a fish, because I am the first one in and the last one out. I prefer to stay in the water all day. I have never been able to get enough of the water, and the beautiful creatures in it. Every day something different happens.
When I’m in the water, with the ocean and animals, I feel at one with it. There is no separation, and the immense joy and exhilaration is indescribable. This, I have decided is what I am meant to do and share the passion with others. Because when you are excited about something, others cannot help but be infected with that same joy.
To win this would be a dream come true. To be trained by one of the best organizations in the world, and to be trained in one of natures paradise would be awesome. It would change my life. I am so ready to change my life. To step into being me and being all I can be. This is of benefit to PADI and Blue Season Bali because great publicity and promotion and lifelong connections cannot be brought.
I love living, fun, adventure, and new things. 2011 is the year to take action and make it happen. I will make it happen, if I win – unbelievable. If I don’t then I will still make it happen. But my contribution to you would be the incredible gratitude, a top class student and then instructor, promoting PADI and Blue Season Bali for life, diving and more awareness of our magnificent oceans and sea life. Can you afford not to have me on your team?
Thank you so much for giving me this possibility to win the best job in the world. What else is possible with PADI and Blue Season Bali? How did I get so lucky?
Why do I want to win the Best Diving Job in the World ?
Hello my name is Nick Lakoff and I’m 40 years young from Canada. I have been diving since I was 19 but up until five years ago I was a once an occasional yearly diver. Since 2005 I have been on 2 to 3 diving trips a year and doing as many dives as can be done safely and comfortably. Along the way I started to document my dives using a digital camera with an underwater casing. Taking pictures allows me to relive my dives over and over and marvel at the vast quantities of biological diversity that exists in the oceans.
As I got more confident and proficient in my diving, the idea of becoming a dive instructor started forming itself in the back of my mind. The realities of having a large business prevented me from seriously entertaining the idea of becoming a dive instructor but it never really went away.
As a massage therapist for 13 years I accomplished most of what I wanted to do in this industry and achieved success and recognition for all of it but I never had the opportunity to teach massage therapy other than in the small workshops I would give to the staff in my massage therapy centers. I am very much a people person and enjoy sharing the knowledge I’ve accumulated over the years and also continue learning from others myself. In November of 2009 I left my business behind and decided to become a dive instructor. Even though I had over 200 dives up to this point, I was still just a PADI Open Water diver. I sold everything I owned and let my apartment go in order to spend 2 and half months in Roatan, Honduras to do my PADI Divemaster internship. The experience for me was transformative and working 6 days a week in a dive shop convinced me that this was not just a passing fancy but what I want to do till I’m told I can no longer dive. Sharing my passion for diving with others, contributing to raising awareness to destructive fishing practices, cruel shark finning, reef and mangrove destruction and ocean acidification amongst others are now a life calling for me. Throughout my Divemaster internship I often asked myself the question, would I get tired of this, and the answer was always clear to me, not a chance!
To me every dive presents opportunities for seeing something fantastic but as the winner the contest there are certain sites I have read that are not to be missed in Bali. In Tulamben there is of course the USAT Liberty, the reefs around Amed, Secret Bay, Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida, the Island of Menjangan, Napoleon Reef, Blue Lagoon, Gili Tepekong, Crystal Bay, Manta Point and the Lipah shipwreck
Well, I dont know where to start, there are so many reasons and I will give you some of them… But I will start telling you where to “end”… , and that would be by getting trained and educated by the best in the business, to become one of the best instructors in the business.
To start, I would inform you about my situation… I am 37, ex-military, Danish citizen. I speak Danish, English and understands German, Sweedish and Norwegean too. I have been offered an early retirement due to PTSD, because of some very very nasty experiences in the military, during my six deployments in warzones and humanitarian situations with UN and NATO.
Thats 3 years ago now. Now I am just spending my time helping other people, advicing youngsters and coaching sports. I give my experiences to other people in need of advice, but I dont charge people for it, because I am not allowed to earn next to my retirement. (Danish government rules).
Then a few years ago, I had the chance to go scuba diving, and that hooked me biiiiiig time. So now, whenever I have the chance, I go scuba diving because it actually keeps me calm. I have started shooting photos underwater and that is my new hobby now. My dream is to take it a bit further, and be able to work abroad as an instructor and professional underwater photographer, maybe even with my own dive center someday?!?. That would be a killer… Thats my dream…
First of all I would like to say a huge well done to everyone so far who have for all the hard work that has gone into making these entries. The best part of may day, when I am not in the water, is spent watching and reading the new Best Dive Job in the World Applications. I never thought the competition would bring so many people in, so thank you very much.
I have heard recently that a number of people are confused on how to vote, or show their support for their friends. So I want to give you some information so that you understand how we are thinking.
The first thing to note is that we will not be deciding the winner by votes, or there level of support alone. It does play a part but there are many other factors that will be involved in our decision. When you are in Bali we will want you to show the world how much fun you are having in Bali. Your ability to use online tools such as Facebook, Youtube, twitter and blogs is thus an important factor.
If you do want to show your support for someone then you can use any, or all, of the following methods.
1. Post a comment on the blog post – you will need to sign up to the blog in order to do that. I also have to approve the comments each day so that we don’t get any unwanted comments on there.
2. Post comments on our Facebook group.
3. Post comments on our twitter account.
4. Post a comment below the video entry on our Youtube channel.
5. If you really have something good to say then you can send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org although with this method it really has to be something good. You cannot begin to imagine how many emails I get
So any of these methods are fine to vote and show your support to your friends. If you have any questions then please let me know – email@example.com
Keep up the good work – as I mentioned on the latest email we will be sending out emails in a few days to the short listed candidates (so far).
Time to go diving…
Why I want to change my life and become a PADI Instructor?
Hey there, I’m Vincent, 26 years old, a Hungarian born in Australia but living in Hungary, and here are some ideas why I believe the best dive job in the world would perfectly suit me.
First of all, even though I was born as a true blue, I see the world all in green: I have a deep connection with nature, whether we’re talking about the woodlands of Central Europe or the breathtaking beaches of Down Under. I always feel like I’m home when I go wandering in nature. Moreover, the time I spent travelling in Australia in 2010 was a life-changing adventure, as I had the chance to reconnect with the element of water. The surf lessons and the trip I took to the Great Barrier Reef revealed to me how majestic the ocean truly is. A single day spent with snorkelling – and the reef was irreversibly burnt into my mind. The sense of freedom overwhelming me while chasing schools of funny looking fish along the underwater alleys of corals is pretty much the way I truly feel comfortable in my skin.
When it comes to an active lifestyle, all I can say is that ever since I had escaped from the cradle I have been continuously on the go. Motion is my very breath. I have enjoyed all sorts of sports like skateboarding, basketball, cycling, gymnastics, art jazz dancing, hiking, swimming etc. In the deeper meaning of motion, I am mesmerized by the diversity of the world and I love to explore my environment, both on a local and global scale. I am interested especially in Far Eastern culture; having taken nine trips to India and staying in ashrams I have realized the benefits of going with the flow in the relaxed Eastern way.
My guitar is my true companion when it comes to travelling. We’ve seen Australia from a different perspective together while busking on the streets; it has accompanied me when performing in Budapest’s stylish clubs or when playing under the ever bright Indian sky in my favourite ashram.
If you need any further reasons why I could make the most of this opportunity, here they go: as a qualified landscape architect and journalist I have been writing articles about environmental matters. I believe the treasures of nature are invaluable and it is our duty to nourish and admire the beauty of Creation. As a professional diving instructor, it would be a never returning opportunity for me to play my role in introducing people to Mother Earth’s underwater garden, and obviously to enjoy biodiversity from a totally different view. As a man of words I have been leading my online journal about my adventures too, and I would be more than ready and willing to update my blog with the newest chapters on how awesome Bali truly is.
So as you can see, I’m ready to dive… And you are going to love it.
I’m 32, a non-traditional student about to graduate from Oregon State University-Cascades with a degree in Outdoor Recreation, Leadership, and Tourism and a minor in Business and Entrepreneurship. I want to apply the knowledge and experience that school has given me and combine the phenomenal offer Blue Season Bali has made to create a new life somewhere tropical. It’s been good thus far, but I’m ready for amazing.
Since a trip to Florida when I was 12, I’ve been infatuated with the ocean and warm weather. The ocean lifestyle is so appealing as someone that grew up landlocked in NE Montana. It was especially appealing when winter temperatures in my hometown of Wolf Point, MT dipped below freezing enroute to an average low winter temperature of about 4 degrees. Brrrr!
I’ve spent time on the ocean fishing, commuting, and as a kiteboarder, but I’ve never spent any more than a short while underwater with a snorkel…..in cloudy water. It was foreign, but exhilarating. Everything was a discovery as I bobbed around for those few minutes.
Based on my personality and love of adventure, I have no doubt that diving will blow me away. So many people on the BestDiveJob.com blog share that feeling of being hooked and finding their passion after only the first dives. I can’t wait to see and hear that excitement myself when my life has officially been changed and I’m a PADI instructor sharing the joy of diving and the ocean with those new to the sport.
I want to change my life. I want to strike out on new adventures. I want to learn new skills and refine the old. I want to experience the sensation of a vast oceanic world from below the surface. I want to feel the warmth of the tropical water and the warmth of the local people. I want to eat fresh seafood every day.
I want to share this experience with you.
It’s the least I can do for your support and after all, you and Blue Season Bali are ultimately the reason that I’ll be flying to Indonesia in a couple of months. You’re the ones supporting and promoting the reality that I’m about to change my life and become a PADI Instructor. I’ll be working with Blue Season Bali on their plan for documenting the life changing experience. I have basic social/web/video experience and some gear (audio & video) that will definitely make the trip and be a huge piece of my tropical, exotic, underwater, and over the top adventure as I commit to becoming a PADI instructor…..in Bali.
That and if there’s a chance, I wanna learn to surf on perfect waves on perfect days in Indo.
Last to-do on LIFELIST 1.0
I am excited and enthusiastic about the possibility and extremely grateful to Blue Season Bali for their offer to change my life.
Hi, my name is Ryan Kieffer. I am 22 years old and I live in Southern California. I currently attend school at Cal State University of Long Beach. Besides diving my hobbies include playing ice hockey and photography.
Why I want to become a PADI Instructor…
The Reason I want to become a PADI Instructor is a simple reason. When I got certified I was only planning on diving once or twice a year. My instructor was so helpful he encouraged me to continue diving regularly. I could tell he loved his job and I want to be able to help others with their certifications just like my instructor helped me. I truly believe if I got this job that it will be the best thing for me and also the people I will be able to assist in following their own dreams.
I first got certified as a diver in 2007 so I could dive with my cousin. Since then I have completed my AOW, Rescue, Nitrox, AED and First Responder courses all with PADI and DAN. For a job I work at Walgreens in the Photo Department and have started building websites but would rather be diving fulltime. On my two free days when I’m not at work or school I volunteer as a scuba diver at the Aquarium of the Pacific. When I volunteer my duties are to help clean the tanks and feed the fish. However, my most important duty is to teach all of the guests at the aquarium about the ocean and how important the ocean is to our planet.
I just wanted to say how important diving is in my life and whether I win this contest or not I am going to continue my education in diving and eventually become an instructor no matter what.
Hi my name Anas Malatiali, I am 33 years old. I work in diamond setting in a work shop jewelry since 10 years ago in United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi, I spend most my break time in the beach swimming snorkeling And recently I entered the world of diving and I Become advanced diver and I found it was something I needed.
From intensity of my love for diving so I travel in the holidays a distance of 700 km round trip to the east coast of the UAE to get good visibility and different variety of marine environment. I am tired of the pain of the neck and shoulders. I am tired of checking in diamond I was seriously thinking about changing my life and my job I believe that change is necessary in our lives and this change should be to something we love and here Success and creativity is When you combine hobby and work togetherLike most people I am sick and tired of my job and it’s a time to choose the job I like: PADI scuba instructor.
I like the adventure, challenge, the sun and beach in tropical island and I try it last august in Phuket and I wish if I can stay more than my Specific vacation. In addition to all this I love of marine life in general and I have a marine aquarium 10 years ago.
I am very excited for this contest from the Moment I see it and Became obsessed to me.
Thank you and I wish you all the best.
My name is Véronique Delisle, I’m 21 years old and I’m a student at Sherbrooke University in Québec, Canada. My first spoken language is French but I’m trilingual (English, Spanish, French). I want to become a PADI Instructor for 3 personal reasons. Firstly, I already studied in adventure tourism to become a guide in any outdoors sports I like. Secondly, I’m studying at Sherbrooke University in physical education, I love the dynamics with kids and teenagers but I want more outdoors. Finally, my life is based on water sports. I’m explaining those 3 points in the following text.
My Adventure Tourism Technique formed me to be a guide with leadership, communications skills and security knowledge in outdoor activities. I had courses that gave me interpersonal improvement and knowledge like Interpretation, outdoor cooking, wilderness rescue and first aid, white water rescue, etc. All those courses combined with many certifications on the side like my first level of the CMAS in 2008. I’ve learned a lot in the Saint-Lawrence Gulf but I want to know more about diving and about submarine life.
Now, I’m studying in physical education at the bachelor degree, it is my first year. I love sports and kids, but I want to stay in the outdoor, so becoming a PADI Instructor is a wonderful opportunity. I want to work with people, I want to move. I’m part of the University swimming club (Green and Gold or Vert et Or of Sherbrooke University) because I love water, water is my principal passion, I feel comfortable in it. Pool with chlorine is not the best environment for me and my lunges; I prefer the sea or rivers, but it’s easier to enjoy the pool in the winter and I can be in shape for the summer.
The last two summers, I was working as rafting guide and lifeguard. When I was young, I was working at my parent’s farm and sent two weeks at a canoe vacation camp. My parents are fan of sailing and this is one of the sports I enjoy since five years. This summer I’m suppose to guide 7 days per week in rafting on two famous river of the country. I did the rafting Canadian championship and the H2O Company hired me to guide on their river because they saw me and found I was a competent rafters and a passionate one too.
My final word is; my life is always changing. I don’t have a plan of life. I just do what makes me happy. I want to take this opportunity because it will make me happy again and again. I want to be in this element, I want to work with people; I want to show them how life is beautiful and diversified underwater and how our human activity can help or not the natural cycle. I always want to be in shape to dive and to live a wonderful life.
The question honestly is, “Why would you not want to be a dive instructor?” It stems 29 years back to when I was in the womb. Born a Pisces, water has always been a part of my life. It courses through my veins, urging to find that ultimate feeling of weightlessness that is not to frequently found with us terrestrial mammals. I began swimming at a young age, and my passion for the water turned into what some would call an obsession. My mother created a monster.
My father was a fisherman, where I was born by the Long Island Sound. Now I find myself living on the bay in Santa Cruz, CA, opening up my laptop to find ways to make a career of something I hold so dear to my heart. I don’t like being caught up in the fast paced life so many consider normal. I have experienced life on a boat, and that it is exactly where my souls yearns to be.
Now that I have that passion…I can’t stop. The urge for diving starts in my navel, growing up my sides and down my legs, tickling me with a euphoric sensation. Goose bumps take over making the hair on my arms stand at attention. As this feeling creeps up my spine and into my brain, all I can think about is one thing; “The shortest path to the ocean.” The world beneath the surface and the waters from which we all have come.
Descending down into the ocean and relying on tanks to supply your air also comes with risks. I am like a sponge ready to absorb the multitude of knowledge that keeps you safe and aware of any perils that I can pass on to others. The ocean is so much larger than us and deserves our respect.
We are the future. We are the ones who can save our oceans from destruction by simply sharing our love, knowledge and enthusiasm to those we come in contact with. I want to be a part of saving our waters for future dreamers. I want to be the person to reveal to others the wonders of swimming the depths in the radiant underwater illuminescent gardens of coral.
Becoming a dive instructor is the first step in making this dream become a reality. Being able to learn and teach in an environment that I hold sacred, while living in one of the most spiritual places on earth is what I am working towards. This path I have wanted for years. Even now, as I close my eyes…I can see the excitement on people’s faces after a good dive. That alone is enough to make me smile.
Hmmm, I just wrote out a ridiculously funny little essay on “Why I want to change my life and become a PADI instructor.” Then when I went to submit it you, had a list of things to do and not to do, none of which I succeeded in getting across in my first attempt, I mean how was I supposed to know that you would be wanting to know things like what I’m like, what I do, my character and why I deserve to win etc. I mean it’s not a job interview or anything, oh wait a min…. :/
So anyway after spending the last couple of days in a drunken daze, despairing that the brilliant writing I displayed in my first effort would never see the light of day, I have finally pulled myself up out of the gutter and decided to give it another crack.
I guess should start with the original and the easiest question to answer, simply put who wouldn’t want to spend seven months on a tropical island diving? I could go into it a lot deeper but I think it is pretty obvious and besides when you made me rewrite all this quite frankly you missed out on all my little pearls of wisdom regarding this 😉
Why do I deserve this is an altogether different question one I am not sure I can answer, I’m not even sure I do deserve it, I mean I am a nice guy and all but I could think of a lot more deserving people than myself to get this opportunity, that being said I would certainly take it given the chance.
Lets see, what’s next, ahh, what I’m like, what I enjoy about life, my character, this is dangerous territory. I like the saying “just because you ARE a character doesn’t mean you HAVE character.” Well in this case my good sir’s you have indeed lucked out because I am a character blessed with character. I’m a bit of an old bastard these days, having just entered the naughty forties but that’s not such a bad thing, I’m still having fun. I can be a bit of an idiot at times, in a good way of course, and still enjoy a good party but i tend to appreciate things and the world a bit more now. I enjoy life itself I guess.
Ok so next was where I live and what I do, lets see, I’m an Aussie, from Melbourne, great place, love it and it’ll always be home but I really don’t want to be here right now, want to see more of the world, wether it is through this or some other means. I don’t really do much at the min, hang with friends, go out, have a few drinks, do a bit of writing, a lot of reading, not enough diving, sit at home doing a whole lot of nothing trying to save cash for my next adventure somewhere over the rainbow
“Why I want to change my life and become a PADI Instructor?”
Imagine a life of watching paint dry day after day?…, well that’s exactly what I do for a living.
Hi my name is Steven Perry and I am a 21 year old painter & decorator from Slough in the UK and as soon as I saw this competition I thought this was by far the life for me.
• Big Headed
• A Bit Of A Legend
I’m stuck in a boring job searching for a better way of life and I think this is the kick up the back-side I need to really be the man I’ve always wanted to be,
After turning down the opportunity of travelling round Europe I find myself these days with a very short attention span and constantly looking for some excitement in my life and the pub and gym just isn’t doing it for me anymore.
I am a quiet person around people that I don’t know but once I get to know you I will probably be centre of attention, Small man….Big personality.
My love for the ocean started around a year ago when a friend of mine decided to set up a marine fish aquarium, and I’ve been addicted ever since.
Since then I’ve always wanted to have my own tank but could never afford it but now come to realise “Why own a tank when you can see the fish in their natural habitat in the world’s biggest aquarium…. The ocean”
I can honestly say I have never been scuba diving or even snorkelling but I have always wanted to and it’s something I think I will do in the future. So please don’t let that stop you from choosing me; I am young and eager to learn. I’m enthusiastic to better my life and start a new career before it’s too late for me.
Where do I want to be this time next year?
On a boat surrounded by friends and new people in paradise ready to embark on a trip of a life time,
For me this job is about the opportunity to see the thing I love in life which is sea life in their natural environment and not only do I want to change my life for the better but becoming a PADI instructor may also change the life of others and maybe encourage them to take up a life in the BEST JOB IN THE WORLD and that would give me enough satisfaction for a life time as I’m sure it does for you guys too.
Thank You for considering me for the chance to have best dive job in the world and becoming the real life “Scuba Steve”
Hope to hear from you soon
Hi my name is Greg, I am from Austria,
21 years old and I want to live for better days!
That’s the reason why I want this amazing job!
I love diving, surfing and of course Bali too!
For me the worlds best combination of sport, fun and living.
Me and my Girlfriend want to go abroad and therefore I am looking for something to make that true.
I did my OWD course last year and I was totally stoked of it. After diving in the Maldives I decided to become dive master and make my hobby to my job, because I want to live the way I like.
I’ve been two times before in Bali and I always wished and dreamed to stay there again, but longer than 3 weeks.
It’s such an amazing island and culture and I think it’s the very best place to be, because Bali has just everything to offer.
Nice people, weather, waves, vulcanos, delicious food and much more things.
For me the best place is in the water. When I am in this awesome element of pure nature I am the happiest people on earth and my mind is totally free of any troubles or things which I really don’t want to think on it.
I am only concentrating of what I am doing and that makes me relax and feel free.
It’s like you are diving out of the “Truman show”!
No others who make you busy, just another world much beautiful and interesting than ours.
I am always fascinated when this colourful world surrounds me.
When I see animals which are as big as me or maybe bigger than me, I am always so fascinated of these creatures.
Just sitting and looking at the water is a special feeling.
I also want to do something for the environment and I think diving is not a bad idea to show people what is going to die in cause of pollution.
It would be very sad if we lost this amazing world.
I like travelling and I wish that I can see most places on earth. Our world is still beautiful and we should take the chance to enjoy and explore it and I think diving is a really good way to do that.
I often thought about jobs which would be possible for me to do in another country like Bali and I really think that diving is the best I can do, because I like it so much and I’m also good in it.
Playing basketball since I was ten helped me to get team spirit. I like to work with other people, because there are always new and interesting things to learn from different ways of life.
Diving is also a very expensive hobby, that’s also a reason why I want to do it as my job.
If I should win this chance I’ll give my best to make my dream come true.
Stop dreaming, start living!
Hello! My name is Stepan Shul’ga. I am 29. I live in Donetsk, the city in eastern Ukraine. I work as an announcer at a magnificent football stadium, as a DJ on the radio and an anchorman on the culinary TV show. For a number of reasons I dream of changing my life once and forever by becoming a PADI instructor.
- I would very much like to dive every day, though I don’t have such possibility. You are welcome to watch my video here
- My friends. They support me in my every undertaking, they do so even now. It’s been long since I promised to instruct many of them on diving shortly, so I should keep my word. I am confident that with your assistance I will never disappoint their expectations.
- My parents. They are wonderful people, they truly love me, however they still keep telling me that diving can hardly become my profession. I strive to disprove it.
- Another significant yet not most serious reason is that it is absolutely freezing in my city now, with no chance to tan. I would be happy to change warm gloves for sunscreen.
Being serious, I am endlessly thankful to my instructor. That’s ALEXEY BAYSTRUCHENKO (No.635670). He opened up alternative reality to me, the splendid underwater universe. Everything connected with diving – which seems quite clear to me now – I learnt from my instructor. By the way, it was him who gave me the web link to this contest. I cannot let my mentor down, I’d rather out perform him. In fact, for me there is no bigger responsibility and joy in the world than the possibility to open the undersea wonders to the people from every part of the world, to instruct them on diving and enjoy it. Everyone who has ever got acquainted with mysterious and silent depths was always grateful to the instructor. So there is a chance of making a lot of people happy by becoming the PADI professional. I am fully ready to take responsibility and enjoy it at the same time, being the very reason why I may well deserve this job.
Just a few words about myself: I am fond of people as much as they are fond of me. J I just love diving as a lifestyle.
Russian and Ukrainian are my native languages; I speak fluent English and a little Spanish.
Over 100 logged dives, PADI AOWD certificate plus experiences of the Black Sea, Red Sea and the Mediterranean. So, there are just a few oceans still left to discover for the peace of mind.
Please do not hesitate to add me up to your Facebook friends.
It will make it easier for you to read my notes about Bali J
Thanks for your time,
Why I want to be a diving instructor
by Elizabeth Wolfe
My first diving experience in 2006 was thanks to my Grandparents who surprised me and my brothers with an OWD course in Spain, where I lived with my family at the time. After I had completed the course, my Divemaster asked why I didn’t look for a career in diving. He seemed impressed with my quick learning and thought that I could become a brilliant instructor some day. This was something that I had never thought about, yet since he said that I just couldn’t keep the thought out of my head.
When I was 18 in 2009 I moved to Germany on a gap year to work as a nanny. I found a dive shop in Hamburg, walked in and my first words were “I want to be a diving instructor”. Since then I have stayed in Germany to work and fund my dream. Everything I have done since then has been to do with making my dive instructor dream come true. The costs of such a dream make it very hard work to fund, but it would never hold me back. To win this opportunity would just complete my life and help me to fast track my inevitable destiny.
I want to become a diving instructor because I want to show other people the wonder of scuba diving… I want to be the reason why other people decide to continue a life of diving.
This is me: – Some people live off the air, I live off water..
Life happens, but then at some point, you can re-create yourself. When I was 50, I decided that life was not yet done. So rather than being 50 years old, I decided that I was merely celebrating 25, again. I learned to dance, to swim a mile, and to bench-press my own weight. I learned to surf. I learned to scuba dive. Now that I am 30 for the second time, I considered going back to school. But, I decided that yet another Master’s would not be self re-invention, merely a repeat. So, when my local dive shop offered a PADI Dive Master Course, I took the giant stride entry. I don’t have to do this. I am happily married, live in Philadelphia. I have a respectable and responsible career as an Investment Manager. I speak a number of languages and travel extensively. Life is fine, if I am 60.
But if I am 30 for the second time, then re-invention is possible.
I remember my first dive, in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua where I learned to dive. As I sat on the side of the bobbing boat, wearing 40lbs of gear, on a beautiful day, looking at the distant coastline, and breaking waves, feeling very queasy, I thought, “what the hell am I doing here?” Then though my mind came the lines, “if you tumble through the raging waters of the sea, you will not drown. Be not afraid. I am with you always.” Yes, it is part of a church hymn. My scuba instructor, Mark McKaye was next to me. Reassured, hand on mask and reg, other hand on weight belt, I back rolled into the Pacific. WOW.
Now 3 years later, I am a PADI Master Scuba Diver. Thank you Mark, who taught me to dive, Georgia King, Quepos CR, who taught me Rescue Diver and how to help people, Dick Walker in Utila, HN who taught me Wreck Diving and prefect buoyancy, Niels Jorisson, Curacao, who taught me how to breath to extend my dive times and all of the other divers and surfers in Central America who taught me so much more about life, while having fun.
And a special thanks to Derek Freres, in Philadelphia, my IDC Instructor, who is making me a much better diver and a dive master, and who taught me to laugh under water. All people with passion for diving and for life, who give such great joy to the people they train. The sheer joy of the first dive and the hundredth dive, the elation of each new skill learned and improved, the beauty and adventure of each dive site. “Do unto others”. Clearly, Investment Managers earn way more money than Scuba Instructors. But Scuba Instructors both in what they give as well as receive, generate far greater value. Bali would be a complete metamorphosis to offer the skills, grace and beauty of diving to so many fellow travelers.
It’s been 10 days since my video was posted online…
Now it’s maybe time to say a few words about me!
What you need to know is quite simple : I love life!!! And I do everything I can to LIVE. Live in its deepest sense.
My secret is simple : being able to listen to myself and follow my heart…
It might be scary sometimes, because it might lead out of the “normal” life one should have… but my priority is to make choices that are always consistent with my values.
This is what I did when I decided to cross West Africa by land, when I crossed China and Russia by train, or travelled for another year in Asia.
This is what I did when I decided to fight against child sexual abuse in Cambodia, work with refugees, or visit prisonners of war in areas of conflict.
This is also what I recently did when I decided to turn towards a new career after I discovered scuba diving.
I just came home from my last mission and am leaving to Belize in a few days for a volunteering project in marine conservation.
I studied management and speak five languages (French, English, German, Spanish and Dutch).
I’m sensitive to people’s mood and needs.
I’m spontanous and honest but diplomatic.
I love challenges. I love having to adapt to sudden changes, and I’m good at it.
People say I’m fun and funny.
I’m curious and love to discover new things, new cultures, new environments.
And last but not least, I’m a mermaid, I need to go home!!!!
You can even sing the following song to support me (sing to the tune of Hit the road Jack): “I’m a mermaid, I need to go home, pick me pick me pick me pick me!”
See you soon maybe!
If not, may you all be happy and able to pursue your dreams!
“Why I want to change my life and become a PADI scuba Instructor”
Hi! I’m Dave Bizant, I live and breathe scuba diving! Diving has challenged and rewarded me from my Open Water Course in 2006 through to my current Divemaster program in 2011. My dream is to live and work diving so I can open the door for others to see the amazing creatures and diversity of life living under the waves.
Home: Canberra, Australia. University: James Cook University, Townsville Australia. Money: Horse Racing! I work in a betting agency! What I do: Dive for work or work to Dive, It’s one or the other. What I enjoy: Watching a stressed or anxious diver become settled enough to start pointing at fish in amazement.
Looking at the competition it seems unlikely that a soon to finish Uni student who seems to go diving quite regularly would be a good choice for such an awesome opportunity. I guess the reasons I should win would be my commitment to the students I would eventually be teaching. As a PADI instructor I would strive to be the best, safest and most fun instructor out there! Diving is meant to be fun so an instructor with a positive attitude and commitment to the PADI ideals and standards provides a great intro into the
sport and culture of diving. My Blog skills and photography skills are the other bonus, I think I can tell a half decent yarn and I know I can take some all right photos (as you can see hopefully). So they are my winning features hopefully they can get me over the line, if not will see you in the water some time!
Attempting to enter the correct mindset of a PADI professional is my most recent challenge, It is not only dive skills, ability and physical fitness that make a great Dive Instructor, It’s the interpersonal skills, role modeling and ability to inspire the students to want to learn new skills whilst reassuring them and making them feel safe and ultimately competent underwater.
How much of this comes from natural talent or can be learned I’m unsure. I desperately strive and hope I can achieve this.
A Rescue diver gets the itch to teach: Buddied with a novice diver, an older lady who does not seem confident, The skipper prepares her as I enter the water. I yell from the water “Check her BCD has air in it”, no response, is he testing me? Is he testing her? She hits the cold water, instantly her hand goes up waving side to side, something’s not right. I grab her tank valve, inflate her BCD fully and reassure her. Her breathing slows as I tow her to the anchor chain and we easily descend down the line into the big blue for two fantastic clear dives. A great sense of achievement fills me.
Yuhuu! I’m Jeremia Sir Nindyo Mamola Sembiring Brahmana, but you can call me Jeremia, a passionate 23 years old junior architect and technical secretary at my university. Next month I would graduate as a bachelor in architecture!
I love nature, be it sea, mountain, or jungle, etc. I like hiking, mountaineering, camping, climbing, biking, swimming, photography and many others (i always wear short pants in these occasions, rain or shine). I’m an open minded and easy going person. I’m used to working under pressure and tension. I fancy challenges, especially in outdoor activities. I like to learn about something new, included surfing and cultures (from what i saw and learn, Balinese culture are really unique)!
Just like i love nature, i love to nurture. Long ago, i had a dream of becoming a kindergarten teacher. Hard to believe eh? I find it interesting just imagining the process of passing my knowledge to others and watch their progress like a child grow. THAT would be fun!
Now, i’m an open water scuba diver. I took the course last year on Pramuka Island and it was amazing. After coming back from the trip, i started planning a lot of dive trips (well, most of which aren’t entirely feasible), watching dive videos (especially the one where a diver swam through his own bubble ring, i’d like to try that too!). Lately, i’ve been spending a lot of time reading books related to marine life especially “Ocean” (foreword by Fabien Cousteau himself). All these videos and books give me the urge to go dive and dive! Lack of moisture and salt on my body is giving an itch in my skin because of its dryness and blandness!
As an Indonesian, I feel sad at the fact that there are so many people (including Indonesian themselves) who aren’t aware of the beauty of Indonesia’s seas (including Bali of course). If I become a PADI instructor, I can introduce the seas and it’s marine life to people, so they could understand, aware, and in turn care about them (most of all, enjoys being part of it!).
If i should win this, the first persons to be trained by me would be my parents. From my first dive I’ve promised myself that I wouldn’t let them be without ever knowing the wonder of underwater life.
If you ask me, why should I win? The answer is clear. This is my calling, vocation, to enjoy the underwater world, teaching others about marine life and encourage them to care about the sea. For I am the person that really (-really) loves the sea.
What i love is:
her breeze, that brings up her soft sweet scent;
her horizon, where true love meets forever;
her wave, that forms her beautiful surface and the grand orchestra of rippling sound;
her brine, that warms my blood at day and sends chill down my spine at night;
her underwater life, that reminds me of my passion and my long lost fantasy.
My name is Nicole Louise Bradon, I’m twenty one years old and I feel like every moment I spend in my home town is spent existing, rather than living. In the summer of 2010, I spent one month in Guidel, France where I fell in love once again with the beach there, watching the surfers and hoping to have a beach life as my “everyday life” eventually. After coming home for a month, I booked an interrail ticket, took off and backpacked around Europe for another month, travelling parts of Croatia, Italy, Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, France and The Netherlands.
I love beautiful places that inspire me, challenge me and satisfy me. There is so much I want to see, Bali is top of my list and this opportunity would blow my mind. I’ve always wanted to learn to scuba dive and thought I would probably learn when I finally get to travel Australia. To learn and become an instructor in Bali is on another level! l’d love to learn to surf too!
I want to change my life because I am a waitress in Grays, Essex and it doesn’t inspire, challenge or satisfy me. Grays is exactly how it sounds, grey. Every day is mundane. As much as it will always be “home”, I don’t want to flitter my life away, wake up in years to come and feel like I didn’t atleast try out for every opportunity possible. I remember an assembly I once had in secondary school, it sounds a bit corny but I think I will remember what this teacher said for the rest of my life, he had a world map and told us “there is a huge world out there and don’t waste your life in just one corner of it”, I see people that are content to live their life in this one corner of it and that’s fine for them but it isn’t enough for me. Since finishing college three years ago, I haven’t been sure at any point of what career I want, or particularly need, all I have
known is that I want to travel, and settle somewhere beautiful and find the right job along the way. The chance to be a PADI Instructor in Bali is the ultimate for me, an amazing job in an amazing place.
About me? I’m a friendly person, a go-with-the-flow type, I laugh all the time, I’m quietly ambitious, I’m passionate and sometimes fiery, I love music and people, I love new experiences, new food, new cultures. Eggs make me sneeze. I love summer and the sun, the way it makes every one seem friendlier and the way every one looks better with a tan! I have a gap in my front teeth, which is supposed to be lucky… I’m still waiting to find out if that’s true. I don’t know if I am the most deserving person in the world for this opportunity, but I know every part of me wants this.
Hello, my name is Steve Fitzpatrick and my one true passion in life has always been the ocean. I’m 20 years old and currently a student of State University at Oneonta in New York. I’m majoring in mass communications because I want to work on and eventually produce nature documentaries. My strong points include being hard-working, friendly, and the ability to grow a gnarly beard at will.
I’ve been captivated by the ocean since I was 3 years old when my father first took me out fishing on his boat in the Long Island Sound. Since then we have managed to make it far offshore to the continental shelf and have encountered populations of large pelagic marine life. Unfortunately New York is too cold to be out on the water for a huge portion of the year, so I’m forced to sit back and endure a cold winter with no ocean to quench my thirst.
Ever since I started diving just a few years ago I’ve had some of the most amazing experiences of my life. My most intense diving moment would have to be a shark dive I did in the Bahamas where Caribbean reef sharks surrounded my dive group to feed and even occasionally bumped into me. No matter how intense, every dive I’ve been on has ended with an indescribable feeling of peace, and as a PADI Instructor I would be able to share this feeling with the world.
I began filming my experiences on the water in hopes of creating videos that will show the beauty of the marine world to people who otherwise never would have been able to see it for themselves. As a PADI dive instructor I would be able to go one step further and be responsible for showing my students the ocean’s allure first hand. I believe if we can show as many people as possible what this world has to offer, we can gain support towards protecting it for future generations to enjoy, just as we do today.
Everyone wants a career that they love going to everyday and I’m no different, but regardless of this contest’s outcome I will keep pushing towards my goal of living my life on the ocean. I plan on continuing my diving as soon as possible and even starting a video blog about my aquatic adventures. What better place to start then Bali? So choose me to win the best dive job in the world and give me the chance to change my life and show people the best way to experience the world that I love. You won’t be disappointed!
From the moment I received the email about the best dive job in the world, I knew this is it, the job that can change my life, for whole my life I just lived ordinary life, so hey I need something new, something that I don’t need to sit behind desk for 8 hours, I need some challenging, some adventure if I may say, because stay in bali for 7months is a challenge I would love to!
So Let me introduce myself, I’m Lilis, everybody call me LIZ, I’m from Medan, Indonesia, I’ve been working since I’m graduate from University, nothing “wow” if I may say in my job. now I’m 27 years old, my friends always said I’m an active girl, they said I need a job where I could express myself, something fill with adventure plus a challenge, something that make me didn’t feel any bored!
and now Let me tell you why I deserve this best job ever, because I love travelling (who doesn’t eh?) especially to exotic places like Bali, beside that I love water, not just water that we used to drink, I mean about ocean and the stuff. I just wish I could live and work near beaches and dive all the time!!
Maybe you and the team going to hear this a lot in another entry and lack of Diving skill but HEY!! I want to say it out LOUD! I’m keen to learn, full of fun, and off course full of Passion!! And I really want to get this job, coz I really need some changes in my life and I already know what I want do with my hobbies and I want my hobbies be part of my job such as DIVING!
My name is Juan Manuel Lopez (Juanma).
I’m Spanish and live in Canary Islands, Spain,
I’m 41 years old and I have 2 children, Javi, 6, and Eva, 2.
My job: Air Traffic Controller. My passion: Scubadiving. My paradise: Bali.
… and I really want to change my life!
After travelling to Bali seven times, the idea of calling Bali home just keeps buzzing in my head. For a while now, I just can’t stop picturing me and my family living there.
I love everything about Bali and I consider it the perfect place for me to work and enjoy life and for my children to grow up in. I’m even learning Bahasa Indonesia!
I love scuba diving, it has become my passion. I just can’t get enough of it. I’m a PADI Divemaster and I have logged around 500 dives in many places throughout the world. I like underwater photography too.
These pictures are just a sample of what you can find in my website: www.scubaplanet.es
Honestly, a scubadiving job in Bali would be my dream come true!
Actually, I had already started seriously to look into finding ‘that’ job and moving to Bali…and then I found you!, I thought: ‘I can’t believe it, just what I’m looking for!’
I consider myself a very energetic person, not afraid of challenges, enthusiastic and friendly. I’m always ready to enjoy the good and simple things in life, playing with my children, a beer with a friend, a nice sunset, a good dive, or an afternoon at the beach, for instance, surfing in Kuta Beach (surfing is my other passion).
… I’m absolutely ready for a change… the change!
Thanks for your time and YES!… I want the ‘Best Dive Job in The World’!
Hope you to see you soon
Best regards and Terima Kasih
The alarm clock is set for 4:30 a.m. so I can arrive at the hospital for my scheduled 12‐hour shift. The shift always becomes 16 or 20‐hours because of severe staffing shortages. I leave for work before it is light outside and arrive home well after dark. Weekend and Holiday are foreign words. Every day I care for babies of all ages. I take care of others’ loved ones while my own are at home without me.
All day I clean up poop, urine, vomit, sputum, blood—any bodily fluid imaginable—and am exposed to all of the latest diseases. I take health histories from people who know more about what Lindsay Lohan is wearing than they do about their own medication and health condition. Many of the people I care for are killing themselves with food, drink, and drugs.
I’m sure the patients I care for are delightful people, but sick and injured folks, who have waited 4+ hours in the waiting room, have little tolerance for humor and joviality. I can’t blame them, but I wish I could remember the last time I worked a shift without being yelled at by someone.
My nickname at work is TAZ (as in Tasmanian Devil), because of my efficiency. (Well, partly because of my humorous pranks, but mostly because of my efficiency.) I can enter a room, complete ten tasks (and set up one prank) before anyone realizes I was in the room. Frequently, I get assigned the most critical patients. I know this is a compliment to my skill level, but it also means I deal with more trauma, more infant deaths, and more complicated social issues than most. It’s also the reason I HAVE TO maintain my sense of humor.
When my head hits the pillow, I should be so exhausted that sleep comes easily, but the replay button goes off, and I think about the CODE we had and how it could have gone better. Did Mrs. Smith make it? Did Mr. Jones get his sandwich?
Why do I do this? Because when the team wins, and that one patient, patient’s family or co‐worker comes up to me and says, “You made a difference,” I feel good. AND, I do it to support my love of diving and adventure. I can only dream of a job where I see sunlight and all the participants want to be there, willingly engaging in healthy activity.
Where the sirens in my head turn off and are replaced by slow breathing and blue bubbles. Where the only bodily fluids I will be exposed to is the dried spit on a shared regulator.
Why do I want to change my life and become a PADI Instructor?
Because I have seen:
Broken bones, broken teeth, goo in fat folds, objects in orifices, stabbings and shootings, heroin addicts and heart attacks. But I have never seen Bali. My name is Kathi, and BOY do I want a change.
My name is Antoine I am 28 years old French. I live in Vietnam since November 2008. I decided to leave France to get more freedom in my life. I had been in the wine business for a wine distributor in Vietnam, Lao and Cambodia (wine is a great passion). Currently I am restaurant manager for a French restaurant.
Ireally enjoyed those last two years that allowed to me to meet many different people from worldwide, discovered a new culture, new way of life. Today I want to move forward and enjoy a new life turn.
I don’t want “change” my life because I don’t want change who I am nor erase the past. Through what I already got I really want evaluate and continue the adventure.
Become PADI instructor would be an amazing springboard for a new start. I am ready to be educated and pass on this passion to other. I always looking for a life’ project and this one match one hundred percent to my wish and my will.
That is true that without this opportunity I wouldn’t have thought of becoming PADI instructor and that s because I will be able to use all the energy, all the excitation, all the positive motivation of a radical turn.
What is more exciting than a radical life turn?? Luck doesn’t smile to those who sulk…I am like a sponge waiting in the deep blue water of Bali ready to absorb the chance you will offer.
Become diving instructor sounds very nice and arouse to me a great interest. Since always I feel in peace when I am in water. I am lifeguard since I am 18 and continue to swim as much as I can. I am really attracted to live close to the sea and be in relation with nature especially with the sea. I come from a farmer family (mother side and father side) and was educated through a nature respect way. My first wish was to be winemaker, and I got a master in wine business and regulation. I keep a passion for the wine.
That is excited myself in this challenge, is to have an amazing long-term project through a great job. I dive sometime when I am in holidays and really took great time. I am confident to use this great opportunity in the right way and develop the chance you will give me. I don’t see this opportunity as “nice holidays” or just good time in Bali. The fact to learn a great job and to develop it is a great chance that I would like to take.
Choose me and you will hire a positive, energic, life lover person who enjoy the surprises of an adventure life.
I am ready to give everything in this project and enjoy the new amazing way you are offering. Hope diving soon with you and discover great new universes under warter as on earth.
Wish you the best for this New Year.
To be honest, in my early twenties, I have had everything a modern girl is supposed to want – rich boyfriend, lovely family members, and good-salary job – but instead of feeling happy and fulfilled, I often feel consumed by panic and confusion. Instead of keeping busy like before, I made a quick decision in last Oct and took my parents to Bali for a short holiday.
Unexpectedly, I found out a different lifestyle in Bali, the way I never imaged before, falling in love with Bali naturally.
Luckily, I had the first diving experience there. From my childhood, I’ve been a good swimmer, but never have any information or contact about diving.
During my stay in Bali, I experienced a fun dive in Nusa Dua and found out everything I have seen under the sea was so amazing and the feeling of diving shocked me and surprised me a lot. I think falling in love with diving is also easy and natural.
I’m from Beijing, China, being an office lady now who is always sitting in the chair and the thing I contact most is my computer every day. Is it a boring life huh? Yep, I know it’s time for me to make a change and I am ready for it.
Ok, I really want to go back to Bali and stay for longer period, not for holiday, but for experience, to experience all kinds of Bali. Please forgive me my poor expression here, but I do want all of you to consider about me. An enthusiast, kind Chinese girl, with the passion of diving, hopes to help people and seize this great opportunity to change my life. Thanks.
When she was 14 years young, after highschool she went on a school trip. They went to Riccione in Italy and saw Venezia & San Marino. A new world opened up for this little girl from the countryside. She desided allready then to conquer the world.
And she did, her whole life she has been travelling and working all over the world.
On her first around the world trip, she stopped in Cairns, Australia to do a dive course,
but something went wrong on the course, so she went sailing on a nice “swan” to the white sundays island, a dream she had, to see it.
Many years after she sees the competion about the “The best dive job in the world”
To live in Bali for 7 months, her favorit island in the world.
And she desided to conquer the world under the sea 😉
Why I should win the prize and change my life.
It`s a compleatly new world to me.
To discover the seaworld. I love opportunities & challenges in life.
Life is short and death is long, live today, tomorrow could be to late…..