Travelfish contributions by ayesha
The first number represents the total number of published reviews by ayesha. The bracketed figure is submitted reviews -- reviews may not be published for editorial reasons or may be removed because the property concerned has been delisted from Travelfish or has closed.
Life according to ayesha
I hang out at Master Divers on Koh Tao, Thailand - writing and taking underwater photos.
Love South East Asia. Lived in the Maldives, Egypt, Honduras, Australia and South Africa and meandered in between.
Heading to South Africa for a spot of safari, city and beach !
Read ayesha's blog
A day in the life of a Dive Master Trainee at Master Divers.
Published 2:49 am, 20 Nov 2014
I have never imagined myself as a Divemaster. My first dive was 3 years ago, in cold water and bad visibility in the south of Brazil. After some dives in other places, my interest about dive increased. Therefore the wish for a new lifestyle brought me to Koh Tao. The Divemaster Course is very fun [...]
Choosing and using the right dSMB for you!
Published 9:27 pm, 14 Oct 2014
The latest piece of kit we are going to put under the spotlight in this blog is the humble dSMB. This is one piece of kit every diver should carry and could end up saving your life. Having said that, many people still don’t actually know what a dSMB is and / or does! [...]
Choosing the right dive computer for you
Published 3:08 am, 9 Oct 2014
So previously we talked about choosing the right regulator to suit you, and we briefly mentioned dive computers. In this blog, we are going to look a little more in-depth into how to pick the right dive computer for you. Everyone knows how to plan a dive – right? Remember those funny little blue and [...]
What to look for when buying a set of regulators.
Published 3:56 am, 5 Oct 2014
As with any adventure hobby, people that love scuba diving invariably love the gadgets that go with it! Buying your first big piece of kit, such as a regulator set can be just as exciting as using it for the first time. When it comes to spending our hard earned cash we [...]
How to be a good student.
Published 1:31 am, 30 Sep 2014
This isn’t about being teachers pet or bringing your instructor coffee/chocolate/beer (after diving). Not that that wouldn’t be appreciated mind you! Being a good student will ensure that you get the most out of your course and your instructor too. Firstly carefully read and clearly complete what can seem like the endless forms that are [...]