We arrived in Bunaken at lunch, just in time to have one dive before the sun sets. So we got our cameras ready; this time my dad bought another strobe for himself, it was much lighter than mine but it's not as powerful-hehe. So we got on the boat, double check our equipments and made sure the cameras are fine. Then we went in the boat, and head straight to Lekuan 3
When we went in, the wave drifts me away from the boat and I didn't have enough time to get my camera. So my dad will carry it down for me, even though he had many things on him already. As soon as we descend, I felt a problem with my regulator mouth piece, water kept coming in. I checked it and found that there was a hole oon the sides of it. My dad told me to use my alternative one, so I did. When I was ready, I took my camera from my dad. I looked at it and I couldn't believe what I saw.
There was water in my casing, ithere was so much of it, it was filled a quarter of the way up. I gave it to my dad and he handed it over to the guide. The guide brought it up to the boat and let it dry. It was a devastating moment for me. I've only used that camera once and there was no hope for it to survive. It was flooded badly. I liked that camera so much, and I didn't even get a chance to take pictures wwith it in Manado. It was so unfair. I have checked it a million times that it was properly done up, but... it's just not my luck.
Apart from that, Lekuan 3 was a good place to dive. There were lots of fish and beautiful corals surrounded me all the time; there were also some nudibranchs but they're just the common nudibranch types (Chromodoris) which I pretty much find all the time.