My husband got dive certified after me, and his instructor let me tag along. (That’s me above; not that you can tell.)
We went to Fish Eye, which I have snorkeled several times. It was interesting to dive there.
The class went around the base of the Fish Eye tourist attraction.
I followed along, and got pictures of them feeding the fish.
There are all kinds of fish, including groupers and barracudas.
It was a short dive. We only stayed down for about 45 minutes.
However, we got to see a lot of things in that time, and it was fun.
If you are in Guam, I recommend going to Fish Eye Marine Park.
It is a long walk out from shore, but there is a path to follow under the bridge, so it’s not so bad.
And now, my husband and I are both certified to dive!
I got my dive certification recently. It’s inexpensive on Guam. I paid $200 for the class, and was able to do lots of classroom time and several practice dives.
My first dive by myself was with my friends Ashley and Jason. We went to Gab Gab, which is a beach on the Navy Base.
Gab Gab is a nice place to dive because the entry point is a short staircase. Many beaches require a long walk out past the reef, but at Gab Gab you can just walk down the stairs.
Traveling out past the reef, you can see all kinds of fish and even some sea turtles.
Hiding in the coral you can find anemones with clown fish living in them.
It’s a beautiful beach, but the pictures don’t come out as well as snorkeling pictures because there’s less light lower down.
We had a really good time, but I am still learning.