Better Things To Do On Your Trip’s Last Day

Better Things To Do On Your Trip’s Last Day

There are many things during your trips that can make you regret your decision. One of them is the thing you do just a day before you end your trip. Most of people do everything that day to ensure they get the most of their trip. They even like to blow off the responsibilities awaiting at home just for the sake of it. Problems may arise on the last day of the trip if you do something reckless and unnecessary. 

What to do to end your trip without problems

Being reckless and free doesn’t mean you can just do anything. It means, not be afraid of expressing yourself and enjoy every moment to the fullest. It also doesn’t mean you can create problems here and there. Responsible travel is what you need to embrace for meaningful, seamless travel experience. And here are things you can do to end your trip on the last day seamlessly and meaningfully:

Pack early

Pack early

Pack early so you won’t leave anything behind your hotel room. It is one of the most common problems to leave various items due to ruched packing. Instead of doing the packing on the day of your leave, it is better to do on the last day of the trip. This way, you won’t have to rush anything as well. You can deal with wet clothes and separate them from the dry, clean ones. 

Stock what you need at home

Stock the things you need at home via online order. You don’t want to arrive at your house with growling stomach just to find out that the fridge is bare. You will be too lazy to go grocery shopping just right after you arrive at home. Hence, you can get ahead of stuffs to do at home on your trip’s last day instead. 

Make sure your keys of your home and car is in your bag

Make sure your keys of your home and car is in your bag

Find your car and home keys and make sure they are in your bag. It can be a moment of panic when you are already in front of your car but cannot find where the key is. Also, check where you parked your car. This way, you are still in clear mind to remember where it is for later use. If you use another transport such as rental or a pick-up, confirm it on the last day of your trip. 

Deal with leftover currency

Next thing to do on your last day of the trip is to deal with the leftover currency. Check your money and see how much you still have and what are you going to do about it. You can decide to change it back to your own currency at your departure or arrival airport. Or, you can also have an airport shopping spree and buy some souvenirs. 

Sort out important travel document

Find and sort out your important travel document. It is possible that everything is mixed messily here and there. You don’t want to keep digging in the bag to find important document during your trip back home. Store them in the right place accessible for you to take out for smoother trip back home later. 

Diving for Beginners: Becoming A Sustainable Divers

Diving for Beginners- Becoming A Sustainable Divers

You just fall in love with diving and now that you have earned your first certification, you cannot wait to explore the ocean. There’s something about the ocean that stole our heart. The calmness that comes with descending down the deep, the vibrant ecosystem of coral reefs and ocean animals, and the crystal clear water where we can see the fishes and feel like part of the marine life. A good diving, where you can meet various marine creatures in healthy condition, would feel very rewarding. However, being a diver means you will also get the front-row seat to see the changes and destruction of marine habitat. It’s time to learn how to be a sustainable divers, cause even diving beginners can do it too. 

Diving Beginners First Step on Becoming A Sustainable Diver: Minimise Waste

Diving Beginners First Step on Becoming A Sustainable Diver: Minimise Waste

Being a diver is not all about seeing corals and tropical fishes. You are fated to see underwater debris and garbage, bumping into sharks and other fishes trapped in hooks or fishing net, or turtles munching plastic bags. A true diver would try to stop that from happening further, and it can start from themselves. The first step you can do is to try going almost zero waste and plastic-free lifestyle. Realise the volume of plastic waste that end up into our oceans everyday and how it could impact the marine life we love so much. Be careful of your wrappers, sugars and drinks sachets, cigarette butts, and even masking tape. These things can be blown off easily from a dive boat and directly contributes to the ocean trash. You don’t want to be those irresponsible divers, don’t you? 

Choose Reef-Safe Sunscreen

Part of your education of diving for beginners might not include knowledge of harmful beauty products. Not one that harmful for your skin, but those which gives destructive impact to the ocean. One of the most serious beauty product that can directly harm the marine life is sunscreen which contains oxybenzone (Benzophenone-3, BP-3). This ingredient causes coral bleaching, damages coral DNA, disrupt coral reproduction, and eventually lead to coral’s death. Yet oxybenzone is one of the most common ingredient for sunscreen and not many divers are aware of this!

Even Diving Beginners Should Choose Eco-Dive Centre

Even Beginner Diving Should Choose Eco-Dive Centre

No one says that beginners in diving do not have to care about the dive operators. Try to choose only eco-dive centre since your first diving holiday. Do some research to find responsible operators that actually protect the environment and avoid greenwashing in their practice. Avoid dive centres that promote interactive animal experience—they can disrupt the behaviour of marine animals. See from reviews if the dive operators use baits to lure in sharks and other exotic animal. Know that a good dive centre should not guarantee any sight of marine creatures during the diving. A sustainable, responsible dive centre would also take initiatives on beach or ocean cleanup!

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Don’t Feed the Fish!

Stop giving them pieces of bread to lure them coming to you. Do not get attempted to feed the fishes with anything, really. It teach fishes to be dependant to human for food and forgo their natural sources of food. And that disrupts the natural balance of the marine ecosystem. Let the wild be wild!

Experience As Much As Of The Place You Visit With Totally Different Culture

The beauty of travelling is that you can visit a place with totally different environment, culture, and other aspects. Instead of feeling discouraged or intimidated, you can totally enjoy the experience. However, there are things you need to consider when visiting a place with different culture. You need to be culturally sensitive not only to respect their culture but also to keep yourself safe. You can still experience as much as of a place while being culturally sensitive. It won’t reduce the fun. In fact, you may find your trip to be very meaningful.

Experience As Much As Of The Place You Visit With Totally Different Culture

How to enjoy visiting a place with totally different culture

Travel to a culture totally different from yours can give you a whiplash. You may experience culture shock or you may find yourself being so open-minded regardless, it is important to be culturally sensitive during your visit. And here are how you can do it:

Try to blend in more with your surrounding

This will make you feel less singled out during your visit. In fact, it is better to not draw attention to you. By blending in, you get to enjoy more of your surroundings rather than being looked at. You can do some research first about the place prior your visit so you know the basic of their culture, rules, customs, or tradition. It is recommended to look less like a tourist. 

The chain reaction to the locals

Facing different culture may cause a reaction not only to you but also the locals. However, it is important to keep your speech to the minimum when you have no knowledge about the local culture. Avoid giving unnecessary comments that potentially offend the locals. Even if their culture is the opposite from what you believe, do not make an argument. You may end up in awkward situation otherwise. 

Do research about custom in your destination

The chain reaction to the locals

As mentioned earlier that it’s best to do your own research about the place before visit to know the local culture and customs including the way to dress. It is always best to dress modestly. Even if you don’t really know about the local culture, dressing modestly won’t put you in trouble. Avoid clothing with slogan, symbols, or messages that can cause misunderstanding. 

Stay aware to everything in your surrounding

Always stay alert of your surrounding even if you think you have done thorough research prior your visit. You may have to rely more on your instinct especially when you have many barriers and limitations such as language and cultural knowledge about the place. Always be wary of drugs and alcohol. Avoid getting intoxicated in unknown place because it may lead you o trouble. 

Never do careless behaviour 

Avoid unruly behavior regardless how friendly the locals are towards you. Always follow the rules and laws of the locals. Don’t see it as restriction but see it as way to show your respect. Keep your behaviors moderate no matter where you go. Stay respectful with your behavior and word choice to avoid getting into trouble. Always take appropriate precautions before you go so you can experience as much as of the place while being culturally sensitive.  

Scuba Diving Holidays Destination for Beginners to Try in 2021

Scuba Diving Holidays Destination for Beginners to Try in 2021

For how long now have you realised that the earth is just too big to explore? Once you take your first breathe underwater, you’ll know that there’s so much thing to see in this part of the world that previously was inaccessible for you. All the magnificent mountains, the mesmerising rice terraces, the cultural attractions, and everything you see on the land is just half of what our amazing earth has to offer. The ocean hides the other fraction of the earth that we are yet to discover. But there’s no need to rush when you are just starting on scuba diving. Take it easy. Try to plan a dive vacations to beginner-friendly sites. And if you’re confused on where to go, these scuba diving holidays destinations for beginners are just perfect to try this year. 

Scuba Diving Holidays for Beginners in the Bahamas

The Bahamas has long been acknowledged for being one of the easiest and most beautiful destination to dive in. With more than 2.400 coral cays and 700 islands that make up the Bahamas, this archipelago is essentially an underwater playground. The Bahamas is home for shallow reefs, walls, and coral garden which gives it a superb underwater landscape. The crystal clear blue water and low currents make it even more perfect for scuba diving holidays for beginners! It’s also a perfect place to dive with tiger sharks, sting rays, and other exotic animals. 

Dive A Shallow Wreck in Bali

Dive A Shallow Wreck in Bali

Do you know that Bali has one of the shallowest wrecks on earth? So shallow that you can access it by just walking down the beach! It’s always exciting to dive a wreck, but it’s not always accessible nor safe for beginners. However, this USAT Liberty that lies in the water of Tulamben, Bali, is one of a kind. Sitting in the sloping shore of Tulamben, the half part of this ship is accessible from only 3 meters deep! Some of it are visible to the shore and with only a short dive you can get a much closer look of the wreck. It’s a perfect scuba diving holidays for beginners who want more exciting underwater exploration. 

Diving with the House Reefs for Beginners in Bonaire

Another Caribbean destination that would make an excellent dive holiday for beginners; the Bonaire. This region is most known for its magnificent “house reef”. It’s clusters of coral reefs that separates the islands and its lagoon from the deeper water that lies beyond the reef. The Bonaire is famous for having one of the best shore diving in the world! The warm and clear water, the shallow depth, and the cheap diving make it a foolproof beginner dive destination!

Taste an Exotic Scuba Diving Holidays for Beginners in Maluku

Taste an Exotic Scuba Diving Holidays for Beginners in Maluku

Yet another breathtaking dive site in Indonesia; the Maluku. Previously unknown to the world, recent explorations to remote regions of Indonesia discover the exceptional beauty of Maluku’s ocean. Under the blue water, you’ll find bright and lively marine life with spot corals, Napoleon wrasse, and hundreds species of tropical fishes. Sometimes the dolphins and dugongs visit to this water and make a highlight for divers! And when you are done with the dive, the emerald forested island welcomes you for a one of a kind standardwing bird-of-paradise sightseeing.

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A Family Diving Holiday in St. Kitts

With so many big resorts, kids clubs, and family-oriented establishment, St. Kitts shines as the ideal scuba diving holidays for beginners and families. The white sands beaches meet bright blue water with multitude of reefs peeking from the underneath. It’s home to sea turtles, stingrays, lobster, angelfish, and variant schools of fishes. You can also have some walls and wrecks dive here in the St. Kitts! 

How To Get Enough Sleep During A Long Road Trip

How To Get Enough Sleep During A Long Road Trip

A road trip is fun and can be done solo or in group. However, one of the down fall of road trip is that the lack of proper rest and sleep especially when it takes days to weeks. Being on the road for so long can take a toll on your body no matter how fun it can be to keep travelling. It is important to get enough rest and sleep especially for a road trip where you drive your own car. Fatigue or over-exhaustion can lead to accident. Meanwhile, safety should be in your first priority when it comes to travel.

How to properly recharge your body during long road trip

For passengers, sleeping in the car during a road trip is easy. The white noise and vibration can help a lot in inducing sleep. However, it is different if you are the one who drive. You cannot just fall asleep while behind the wheel. You need to stay alert and focus on the road while enjoying the trip. Thus, you need to find the way to properly get enough sleep so you will stay alert while driving.

It is highly recommended to bring travel buddy for a long road trip. It is nice to take turn driving so you can get proper rest. Besides, a long road trip with travel buddy is much more fun because you can share the experience. You get to enjoy the trip with excitement and good moods.

Take frequent break even if you don’t need to go to the toilet. You should at least rest every two hours driving. You need to stop your car in a safe place so you can stretch, drink, or have some snacks. If you are really tired, do not force yourself to keep driving. If your travel buddy also feels the same hence you cannot switch, pull over in a safe place and take a nap. Even if you just sleep for one hour is enough to feel refreshed and recharged.

Find safe place every time you need to sleep. Make sure to choose a place that is not secluded so you will stay safe. Avoid pulling over and parking on the side of the road or highways. There is risk of being hit or towed by another cars. Or, a police might knock on your window. Choose a place that is lit up enough to feel safe without disrupting your sleep.

If you cannot fall asleep even during a break, find the root of the problem. If it is the temperature, adjust the temperature accordingly. You can also bring comfort items from home so you can get proper sleep during the trip such as blanket, pillow, or eye-patch.

It is always best to rent a room so you can sleep in better position during the road trip. If it is not possible, get as comfortable as possible sleeping in the car. Also, it is recommended to wear comfortable clothes for a long road trip. Avoid clothes that block your blood circulation.

Awesome Komodo Boat Trip to Kelor Island

Komodo Boat Trip

Are you a nature lover?  Want to go yo an unspoiled and remoted area in Indonesia, but you have no idea where is the perfect place to go? Why don’t you try plan your holiday to Kelor Island? A hidden paradise in East Nusa Tenggara. Visiting the Kelor Island will transport you to paradise. With the breathtakingly beautiful islands, stunning white-sand beaches and an amazing underwater world make the island an obvious choice for a tue relaxation holiday of a lifetime. Kelor is one of the closest beautiful islands from Labuan Bajo. It will take 45 minutes to one hour from Labuan Bajo Harbor to Kelor Island by Komodo Boat Trip. Read on to see what activities are popular here!

A tiny paradise is within reach of the Komodo Boat Trip

Kelor island is a small uninhabited island in front of the beautiful hills of Flores. The island is very tiny in West Manggarai and has not been visited much. With just a short hike 15 minutes will lead you to the top to see a very beautiful panoramic view on Flores Island and several beautiful small islands surrounding it. This island has many gorgeous beaches with clear crystal water and white sand. It’s a pristine beach, very clean water, and quiet since there are not too many travelers who come.

Getting to Kelor Island

The easiest way to reach Kelor Island is to fly from Bali to Komodo Airport in Labuan Bajo. The flights from Bali are available every day in the morning and afternoon. Once you reach Labuan Bajo, you can join the Komodo Boat Trip.

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What to do in Kelor Island?

There are indeed not many things to do in Kelor Island, but the island is perfect for all kinds of visitors. Weather looking for a bit of adventure or relaxing vacation. The highlight activity that can be done in Kelor is to climb the highest peak of The Island. Here, you can find the rocky road and climb along the rather steep terrain around 30-45 degrees. You must be careful not to slip down because there are no stairs here. It is recommended to be safer to step on rocks or grass mounds. At the top, all your struggles when climbing will pay off with the magical view.  You can see the perfect combination of views of the trees which is surrounded by amazing blue deep water and white sand.

The place is also a good spot for photography to take some Instagram-worthy photos. Beside trekking, you also can enjoy the island by swimming and snorkelling.  You can spot various types of fish and the corals are also very beautiful and rich here. You can also relax under a tree while enjoying a young coconut by a local. For those of you who want to visit Kelor Island, it never hurts to feel the hidden beauty of paradise!

Dealing with Driver Fatigue for Safe and Smooth Travel

Dealing with Driver Fatigue For Safe and Smooth Travel

Sleep is one of the most important elements in our life. We spend one third of our lifetime sleeping, so it is particularly essential. By having enough sleep, our body can function well. When we are not getting enough sleep, it is easy to feel drowsy, fatigue, tired all the time. Having fatigue while driving can put your safety at risk. Therefore, make sure that you avoid and deal with driver fatigue for safer travel.

Avoid driver fatigue

It is best to not wait until you are being hit by driver fatigue but avoid it instead. Preventing yourself from driver fatigue or extreme exhaustion and drowsiness is by understanding the causes of driver fatigue itself. The main cause is the lack of quality sleep. It can also be because you drive when you normally sleep (overnight driving), or you are having sleep disorders such as sleep apnea. The most important thing to keep in mind is that you can’t fight sleep.

Dealing with Driver Fatigue for Safe and Smooth Travel

Sleeping is one of the most effective ways to prevent and deal with driver fatigue. The night prior to your road trip, get enough quality sleep, especially if you are going for such a long-trip. Also, it is best to not drive for more than eight hours in a day. If you have to take such a long-hours ride, take frequent breaks. Even if you don’t really need to go to the toilet, take frequent breaks to stretch your limbs and all tied knots.

Drink plenty of water during your road trip. However, avoid alcoholic beverages before or during driving. Even the small amount can contribute to driver fatigue. Stick to mineral water or juice to stay hydrated. It is best to eat before the travel. However, make sure that you don’t eat too much to the point where your stomach feels like it is going to burst. Eat enough to make you feel recharged. Excessive eating will only lead to drowsiness.

Schedule your road trip beforehand. Hence, you can decide the best time for driving. If it is possible, avoid driving when you would be usually sleeping. Instead of driving overnight, it is best to drive from early in the morning. If you feel drowsy or tired while driving, take power nap even if it is only 20 minutes. Then, drink before you continue your trip.

It is important to not ignore the signs of driver fatigue. The signs of exhaustion during road trip include constant yawning, heavy or sore eyes, difficulty to focus while driving, day dreaming, impatience, irritability, cramps, muscle cramps, lack of motivation, slower reaction, and microsleep (when you sleep in just few seconds noticed by how your head jerk and nod).

Driver fatigue has huge impact on your driving. It affects the ability of your driving and decision making while on the road. It can be dangerous not only for you but also the others. Hence, always drive safely regardless of your travel plan. If it is possible, take turn driving with your travel buddies.

5 Things to Consider Planning a Komodo Diving Liveaboard

Komodo Diving Liveaboard

Do you want to dive several times a day for days on end around Komodo Island? Want to experience an unforgettable trip on the seas and meet new buddies? Cool, it sounds like liveaboard diving is perfect for you. The Komodo Diving Liveaboard will take you to parts of the ocean that land-based operations cannot reach. If you are an underwater enthusiast and want to see the best diving spot around Komodo can offer, at some point in your life, your thoughts will turn to book a vacation on one of these fantastic floating hotels. However, just like with preparing any other holiday, excellent planning is going to avoid many inconveniences. For this reason, we are going to consider 5 essential things to properly book your best diving holiday!

Where is the best place for Komodo Diving Liveaboard?

Choosing the best location is probably one of the most essential things in planning your trip. The location of diving is a crucial aspect of ensuring that the dive trip is safe and fun. Beginner scuba divers are easily pleased with lots of colorful and marine life. However, the more experienced divers often prefer to think about what kind of marine life they want to see and the sea conditions, such as deep currents and visibility. As you well know, there are different dive sites here, like the Manta Point, it is the ideal place to see Manta Rays.

Komodo Diving Liveaboard

When is the best time to dive?

The best time of the year can strongly influence the place where to go for diving. Komodo Island is accessible all year round for a diving experience without a change in the weather. The dry season runs around April to December with average temperatures of 26 degrees celsius. Furthermore, the rainy season runs around January to March with average temperatures of 28 degrees celsius.  However, the perfect place to visit in the dry season. So, you can enjoy the warm sun touching your face.

Plan your budget?

Price is an essential thing when buying any services. So, before looking for a Komodo Diving Liveaboard, make sure you have a budget in mind. With Hello Flores, one of the best liveaboard services in Komodo. They offer diving liveaboards ranging from budget to luxury, with accommodations to match. If you’re searching for an inexpensive liveaboard, you can rule out the big yachts.  But, if you’re willing to spend more money.  You could end up on a liveaboard rivaling a five-star hotel with jacuzzi on deck.

How experienced do you need to be to go diving in Komodo Diving Liveaboard?

Some of the diving spots you can visit with a liveaboard may involve technical difficulties, considerable current, and great depths. So, the minimum diving certification level requirement needed is an Open Waterdiving certification. It will allow you to complete all different dive sites and get the best out of your Komodo trip.

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Who is going along?

The last thing to keep in mind to look for a fantastic diving holiday is with who you go. Now, everything comes all together. It’s time to go on your diving trip and have fun!

Common Misconceptions About Travel You Need To Know

There are different types of travel that each individual may like. The concept of travel often bring people joy and happiness. That’s why you can see many books, blogs, movies, and advertisement about travel. It is because travelling is one kind of interest that many people share. However, there are still misconceptions and misinformation about travel that makes some people are more skeptical to travel. 

Travelling is not for women

Common misconceptions and misinformation about travel

One of the most common misconceptions about travel is that it is expensive, non-affordable, wasting money, and so on. However, there are so many traveler whom already prove that budget travel is possible. Many travel book or articles showing everyone travel can be done in minimum wage and low budget. Here are other misconceptions or misinformation about travel.

Travelling is not for women

There is a myth saying that travel is not for women. Well, it is totally untrue. In fact, there are so many female solo travelers who have been to many places safely. Thy myth is understandable because most people think that women are at higher risks on the road. Also, some people still think that women are weak creatures and breakable. However, travel is not only about using your physical strength. It is also about your emotional intelligence and common sense. Travelling is for everyone be it men or women. 

Backpacking is only for young people

This is also a misinformation about travel. Backpacking is not only for young or single people. There are many travelers in their 40s or 50s who still love backpacking because it is what they prefer when it comes to travelling. And they do it because they can regardless of their age. 

Budget travel is only for young and single people

Budget travel is only for young and single people

Many people think that if you are young and single, you opt for budget travel. However, it is not true at all. Budget travel is for anyone who want to do so. Even if you are having romantic travel with your partner, you can still plan it with minimum wage. Young people can also opt for luxury travel if they want. Travel is not only about how much you have to spend money. It is also about gaining priceless experience you only get only from visiting new places. 

Travelling with kids is a nightmare

This is myth about travel that many parents believe. While it is true that taking your kids to visiting new places can cause some hassles, it doesn’t mean you won’t get experience meaningful, happy trip. There are preparations you can do to have smooth travel with your kids. 

Hitchhiking and couch-surfing are tickets to death 

These activities carry their own risk. It is possible that you meet bad people or interesting ones during hitchhiking or couch-surfing. What you need to do it safely is to have a healthy dose of common sense. Use your judgement and always follow your instinct. Take precautions and bring a travel buddy if you are uncomfortable doing it solo. 

Sense the Thrill of Wall Diving in Amed Bali!

Sense the Thrill of Wall Diving in Amed Bali!

There’s certain fascination in wall diving. To take a plunge for dozens of meters deep into the darkness of blue, descending a vertical facades feels just like jumping to the unknown. In the same time, it also pampers you with a scenic galore of hard and soft corals from all shapes and colours, sea fans, gorgonians, and many other marine life covering the reefs. Being off the wall give you a sensation like no other; it’s like entering the mysterious part of the world while the sheer size of the wall will make you feel small and insignificant compared to the grandiose of the nature. Here in Bali, you can have one of the best wall diving in Amed, a small seaside village in the island that has been known for its superb diving site.

How to Access Wall Diving in Amed

Located just right of the bay, the Amed wall is accessible just by 5 minutes of boat ride from the Amed Beach. If you are feeling adventurous, you can also reach the site by a short swim! The impressive wall starts as a sloping reefs, where the famous Amed’s pyramids sits. It gradually turns into a dramatic drop off, stretching down to 40 meters deep below. 

Who can Dive in Amed Wall? 

Despite the actual length of the wall, this Amed diving site is actually accessible for everyone. The water here is quite calm with a bit of currents and the visibility ranges from 15m – 30m. Divers could dive from 10 meter to 30 meter and deeper. That means even beginners could have their wall dive experience without any problem here. 

What to See When Diving in Amed Wall

What to See When Diving in Amed Wall

The Amed Wall is blooming with life! It’s covered with colourful corals and beautiful gorgonians. You can spend minutes getting fascinated by abundant corals that make up the reefs. Macro life flourish between the healthy corals and sponges; you could spot shrimps, crabs, and nudibranch crawling around the reef surface. The wall is busy with lion fish, puffer fish, angelfish, and many other school of tropical fishes going round and about. In 30 meters deep, you can have a chance of meeting the famous pygmy pink seahorse! In the minuscule height of just 6 mm, they live in disguise between the gorgonian fans. These shy creatures blended so perfectly with their host gorgonian that it need to take trained eyes and concentration to recognise them!

Descending down deeper to the inky depths below, you might meet the white tip sharks, black tip sharks, and other pelagic patrolling the reef. Among other diving site in Amed, we think the Wall is one of the most rewarding.

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What to Bring for the Amed Wall Dive

Aside from your regular dive gears, you might want to bring a reef hook and a torch. The reef hook would come handy in times currents swept the site. You might also want to have a dive computer with you, which will set alarm once certain depth is achieved. 

Enjoy your wall dives!