Originally Posted by Hawkesbaynz
Resolution. My Dive Log has been found.
Phoned our hotel in Kuala Lumpur which we used enroute to Bali. They had not responded to an email. They found the divelog. Then my wife remembered she had put it in the drawer next to her bed with some magazines. Why she took it out of the bag I really do not understand as there is certainly no diving in KL (the air viz is bad enough). She had sworn blind that she had checked the room (I was carting bags and paying bills).
Originally Posted by Foggy
My solicitors take on recording meetings in the UK.
You can make a covert recording of any meeting you attend as an 'aide memoir' - you were there, you were a party to all that was said.
You cannot share that recording with anyone without the consent of the other party/s. Without their permission it is inadmissible in a court / tribunal.
You can make notes / transcribe the recording and share that.
Originally Posted by BenL
Looking back, there are many things in life one might regret. Right up there for me is my reluctance to join a dive club. Iíve all the excuses Ė too far away from the sea, young family, donít want to dive in all but optimal conditions, blah-blah. I freely admit Iím a bit of an opportunist. A dive tart, if you will. Itís OK. Iím comfortable with that. To be honest, my diving needs to be on my terms or, rather, the terms dictated by my circumstance. Iíve managed to tag along with others on organised
Updated 09-06-2014 at 01:41 AM by BenL
Updated 07-06-2014 at 11:13 AM by Paulo
Originally Posted by Hontihl
So after what seemed like a life time (registered on RBW in 2006) of waiting for my time to get into a rebreather, the opportunity finally came, when money and time and more importantly agreement from she who must be obeyed all came together.
The years of waiting weren't totally waisted though and I would dip in and out from time to time to keep myself up to date with what was going on with rebreathers, unit development, course development and the like, as well as OC Tec