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Cue the whale #shark: when weakness pays off

I hadn’t planned to scuba dive on my recent trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Was going to be a short trip done with only a carry-on bag. 422 more words



Guacamole for breakfast and tequila on tap. They had me at hello.

Then add in swims with whale sharks, exploring Mayan temples, snorkelling with the most colourful fish, wall to wall sunshine – sometimes too hot to handle, walks on white sandy beaches and swims in crystal clear seas, and wrap this all up in the most genuine and friendly welcome and you have described my perfect location. 848 more words

Being McAllister And Co

Back to School: Getting Open Water Certified on Koh Tao

“Nah, it’s not really my thing.”

I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve given that response to the question of whether I’ve done any diving. 1,453 more words



SWIMMING FREE: The whale sharks of Oslob
August 30, 2014 by Gord Leave a Comment (Edit)
Swimming Free: The Whale Sharks of Oslob Cebu Tara Abrina | Feb 28, 2014 View Photo facebook twitter email article image Prev thumbnail thumbnail thumbnail Next wishlist icon Wishlist done icon Done That 6 have added to Wishlist 1 has added to Done That There’s a gargantuan shape that emerges between the sands of my imagination and the blues of the sea, the greens of its grasslands that never need mowing. 647 more words

Things To Do And See

Highlights of August 31th

– Apparently it’s Whale Shark Day….well happy Whale Shark Day then!*
– Was on my way to the trainstation this morning and loved how the sky was looking… 80 more words


2013 Birthday trip: the itinerary (Oslob-Dumaguete-Cebu)

* i know its been an epic lateness post (as in super epic like last year epic) but i have to finish it before i move on to another solo adventure of mine this 2014 which would take another bout of brain squeezing* 457 more words

Birthday Trip

Is it a whale or a shark?

The Discovery  
In the spring I travelled to the Philippines with one sole purpose: to swim with the whale sharks. After watching the movie Kon-Tiki… 323 more words