Wenn du mit dem Tauchen beginnst wirst du wahrscheinlich schnell feststellen, dass du mehr als nur ein “Open Water Diver” werden möchtest. Wer den Ozean einmal mit allen seinen wunderbaren Kreaturen erlebt hat kann nicht genug davon bekommen. Was kannst du also tun? Es gibt...

I had the opportunity to interview two of our past "Best Dive Job in The World" contest winners, Kenzo Kiren (2011 winner) and Marlies Tumolo (2012 winner) about their 7 month's "Zero to Hero" - PADI scuba diving internships program in Bali So, get out from all those traveling paper work, course list, and all the prep hanging above your head and scroll down.

Find out how Marlies & Kenzo made the best of their time here in Bali...

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1. Expect a Cultural Adventure. Sampling the culture is something Marlies looked forward to on her free time. "There are so many things to see in Bali; the colorful ceremonies and rice paddies are breathtaking, the culture is rich," She explained. "My suggestion is to take time and explore when you are not diving, and you will never be disappointed!" Check out the rice field photo Kenzo took when he was on his way heading for a dive trip in Tulamben.

2. Expect a Revolution (in Traffic Attitude) "Get a scooter (motorbike) and explore!" as Kenzo stated the best way to explore Bali. You can also rent a car if you're going with a group of people, or rent a bicycle if you can't ride a motorbike. But motorbike is surely the most popular for daily transportation needs. The revolutionary thing about riding motorbike in Bali is that the traffic situation is unlike any other places in the world. You have to be prepared for things you've never experienced before. The road could change into something of a wild wild west situation with motorbike riders roam the streets like cowboys. Police checks are a bit of a routine, so please prepare yourself with an international driver's license so you won't be having any trouble. And don't forget that in Bali, we ride on the left side.

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