A Whole New World Under the Sea
Unlike Ariel who traded her fins with human legs, most humans who are not afraid of the marine wildlife would give anything to have gills and to breath underwater. There’s a whole new world under the sea that is worthy of exploration. There is an overwhelming tranquil feeling just seeing schools of fish and colorful corals that is too good to be living among us humans.
At least that’s what I feel after I regulated my breathing pattern.
It was my intro to scuba diving in Davao and even if I assess myself as an intermediate swimmer, I admit I had a bit of strain with scuba diving because it requires:
1) proper breathing pace in order to
2) conserve your energy to swim in under water pressure and
3) presence of mind communicating with your peers.
You might have seen numerous scuba diving pictures, but seldom do you encounter hacks and tips in scuba diving. This first-hand experience hopes to inspire people to try the sport with confidence, overcome their fear of drowning, and chuckle about the little mishaps in scuba diving. No experience is perfect.
But, if you enjoy what you are doing, you will still end up having a good time.