Andrew Jenkins

Andrew Jenkins


Marketing Coordinator, PADI Asia Pacific.

Recent blog posts written by Andrew Jenkins

Dive into the pristine waters of Sri Lanka

Dive into the pristine waters of Sri Lanka

16 April, 2014 at 3:30 pm 0 comments

Situated off the southern tip of India, this island nation is one of the most beautiful destinations in South Asia. With beautiful Indian Ocean waters, a rich Buddhist history and a tropical climate, this biodiversity hotspot is a must-see travel destination. Although the country may be small in size, it […]

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PADI Facebook Page reaches 1,000,000 Fans!

PADI Facebook Page reaches 1,000,000 Fans!

13 April, 2014 at 6:32 am 0 comments

We want to thank you, PADI Fans, for sharing your passion for diving and bringing our page to 1,000,000 Likes. Whether you’ve asked a question, posted your favourite photo to the Page, or shared a fun fact – you’ve helped us create an online dive tribe like no other. Each day we […]

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Get to know the Leafy Sea Dragon

Get to know the Leafy Sea Dragon

9 April, 2014 at 8:29 pm 0 comments

Many underwater creatures are masters of disguise. With predators abound and only so far to flee, many opt to hide. The leafy sea dragon looks just as you would assume. The sea dragon blends in with the underwater leaves of seaweed. It is adorned with leaf-shaped appendages and they often […]

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Seven Fascinating Seal Facts

Seven Fascinating Seal Facts

6 April, 2014 at 11:14 pm 0 comments

You already know that seals are adorably cute and easy-going, but what else do you know about these beloved creatures? Take a moment to learn more by reading these seven fascinating seal facts. Some of them may surprise you, and they may even cause you to fall in love with […]

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Google Street View: Sydney Harbour and surroundings

Google Street View: Sydney Harbour and surroundings

6 March, 2014 at 8:17 pm 0 comments

As one of the most popular and cosmopolitan cities in the world, Sydney is a lively, exciting and beautiful place to be. With the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House in the background, a boat ride out on Sydney Harbour, particularly on a warm summer’s day, can make for a […]

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Manta Rays Fly High in Indonesia

Manta Rays Fly High in Indonesia

27 February, 2014 at 3:06 pm 0 comments

On 21st February, 2014 the government of Indonesia declared the entire Archipelago as a Manta Ray Sanctuary.  This new protection for these gentle giants of the marine world is a great win for conservation and diving tourism in the extensive island nation.  There is approx 5.8 million square kilometers of ocean […]

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