Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Exploring Under the Sea

The Easter holidays are here and now is the time when a lot of us are either taking our first holiday of the year or start to plan what we can do over the year. As the children are getting older I find that we can do a lot more together as a family. In fact we have just made a purchase, which we see as an investment in our family, of a tent. This is going to mean so many more, new adventures for us. It is going to bring us closer to nature and the children will be making some amazing memories.

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This has led us to thinking what we can do and where we can go. With this new found holiday freedom the possibilities are endless. I love to be by the sea and really want to explore more coastal locations. Our favourite coastal location has to be Northumberland. The northern county boast some of the most picturesque, idyllic coastal lines in the country. The crystal clear sea is somewhere that I am curious to explore more. Thankfully J shares my love of the water and as he matures I can see this being an activity that we can do together and have some one to one, mother and son time. Scuba diving has to be the best way to explore the sea!

Oyster Diving is the UK's premier PADI scuba diving and travel centre. They have sites all over the UK where you can complete scuba diving courses. They have won 'UK Dive Centre' award twice and have come runner up once, so you know that when you go to one of their sites you will be training with the best.

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Their courses start in heated swimming pools then advance to the open water sites. Once you have completed the course the world under the sea is your oyster. You will be able to see things that will blow you away! Oyster Diving even organise diving holidays all over the world but the trip that I would do would be diving around the Farne Island to see underwater wrecks and the seals! I can just picture us spending the day at sea, then relaxing around a camp fire in the evening watching the sun go down.

Scuba diving really does offer you once in a lifetime views!

Have you ever been scuba diving? Where would you like to go?

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