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The hardest thing to describe to someone new to scuba diving, is the overwhelming sense of freedom that you get once you’re done. And by
done I mean post-course comfortable. Continue reading
“Learning To Scuba Dive In Krabi, Thailand”
The only problem with Utila was that I just couldn’t bring myself to leave.
“The Three Lies Of Utila, Honduras”
In Caye Caulker, the sand is white, the water is crystal clear and the streets are multicoloured. Whole lobsters are grilled to your taste on the roadside and the locals always have a smile (well, living here why wouldn’t they).
“Postcard From Caye Caulker, Belize”
On a backpacker trail that’s becoming reasonably well-trodden, Santa Catalina still felt relatively offbeat.
“Snorkelling In Coiba Marine Reserve On Panama’s Pacific Coast”
The only sound is my heart beating into my full, heavy ears as I glide weightlessly through my slippery surroundings, guided only by the beam of a flashlight.
“The Benefits Of Becoming A Scuba Diver”