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LEMBEH RESORT

Additional Posts for November, 2011

3rd Trip in a Year!

This is our third time to Lembeh Resort in the past year. The hotel and dive staff make it seem like a second home for us. Everyone greets us by name and welcomes us back. …

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Weekly Web 18 – Multiple Blue Ring Octopus shot with Sola 4000 Video Lights

We have a lot to be thankful for here at Lembeh Resort this week. We can be thankful for the multiple sightings of Blue Ring Octopus this week. We can also be thankful for the fantastic behaviors that we saw …

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Underwater Surprise!

Claudine Martin just celebrated her Birthday during her recent stay here at Lembeh Resort. She and her husband Jean-Paul Martin have been having fantastic diving with guides Iwan Kecil and Iwan Besar. Iwan Besar made a special “Happy Birthday” …

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Cephalopods and Nudibranchs in Our Week 17 Video

Our new weekly web video is now online. This wee, in episode 17 of Fresh Critters at Lembeh, we once again have loads of fantastic creatures. Cephalopods are still hot, especially at Aer Bajo, and some rare Nudibranchs …

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“In one word Exceptional!”

This was Scott Johnson’s 5th time with us here at Lembeh Resort & Critters@Lembeh. This time around Scott requested 2 octopus – Blue Ring Octopus & Mototi/Poison Ocellate Octopus. Luckily our dedicated staff found him both! Here are Scott’s images …

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