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Koh Rong Samloem - The lesser known Cambodian beach destination

This trip was unexpectedly beautiful and was exactly what I needed. Given how near it is, I’m surprised more people don’t know about it!

I started planning for this trip when my boyfriend found out he was getting a few days off work in the coming month (that doesn’t happen very often because of his job. 532 more words

48 Hours Exploring The Jurassic Coast

Do you ever get those moments when you just want to pack up and go on an adventure?

Yeah I get those all the time, so on my lunch break last Thursday I booked a campsite in Dorset to spend the weekend at. 907 more words

Shortbreak

High Peak Island en route to the Percy Isles

Saturday we decided to sail from Island Head on the high tide and head to High Peak Island. Due to the Army conducting life firing, and the Australian, and US Navy operating training activities around the Shoalwater area, we were forced to sail south easterly around the exclusion zone. 638 more words

Family

No, my name isn’t Nemo...

Marine Biology 101: Harlequin Sweetlip

I was snorkelling at Orpheus Island (best snorkelling of the trip so far), when a bit of colour and movement caught my eye. 139 more words

Alpha Odyssey

Snorkelling and sunset cruising along the Low Isles of the Great Barrier Reef

Calm seas, purple skies and heavens opening. This trip out to the Great Barrier Reef was definitely a good one to end my trip on. 400 more words

Photography

Caye Caulker

‘Go slow or go home’ is the motto here. As Londoners, this phrase was alien to us. More like madness! ‘How can people move this slowly?’, we said to each other as our boat docked at the Caye Caulker jetty. 1,256 more words

Central America

YOUR MARINE BIOLOGISTS FAVOURITE FISH - PART 7

We are bringing you another chapter of one of our hottest blog post series! This time around, the resident marine biologist at Coco Bodu Hithi, Sonia Valladares, is sharing some highlights about her favourite fish. 617 more words

Coco Collection