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Taga and Tachonga Beaches

Now that you know the history of Taga, you know why the most popular beach in Tinian is called Taga Beach. It is basically across the street from the Tinian Dynasty hotel and casino so it’s a popular tourist destination too. 957 more words

Kicking back in Krabi: Honeymoon Adventures Part II

Having returned from our Annapurna adventure, Team Wilson was exhausted, down with the cold and not yet ready to call it the end of our honeymoon. 1,127 more words


I left my mark in the Great Barrier , I'm sorry !

So, we went to the Great Barrier Reef from Cairns, Australia and oh my goodness..it was a pretty rocky ride. The trip was definitely one of my cherished moment in my life, as not everybody can see and experience the reefs in person. 392 more words


Lang Tengah and Tioman - two of Malaysia's best islands for marine life and snorkeling - Part 2

After five wonderful days on our desert island paradise, Lang Tengah Island, it was sadly time to leave.

The staff at the hotel were so delightful and real, that the duty manager actually got emotional with tears in her eyes as she embraced us and said goodbye. 703 more words


dralfoldman reblogged this on Dr Alf's Blog and commented:

Looking back, this is worth a read. It’s one of our most popular travel blogs.

Snorkeling can be magical, 09.10.14

Snorkeling is something you should not miss and which is possible almost everywhere. We found some nice reefs very close by, e.g. in Kailua Kona , the small bay surprised us with very colourful and multifaceted  fishes and corals in crystal clear water. 154 more words

Traveling Around The World

Fly to Kona and Drive to the Luxurious Sheraton Kona Resort to Start Your Underwater Adventure

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Manta rays are amazing and curious creatures. People are fascinated by their opposing nature of ominous looks, and sweet dispositions. 614 more words


Zanzibar - The Spice Island

After two very long driving days our G Adventures crew finally pulled up to camp in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. Ready to take a break from the camping lifestyle, the following morning we eagerly boarded a catamaran that whisked us off to Africa’s Spice Island, the tropical haven of Zanzibar. 607 more words