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Un-Belize-able

“Slow doooowwwnn giirrll” a local Belizian calls out while I speed-walk my way along the beach road to the fresh smoothie shop on the island.  We were already running late for our scuba certification course with… 638 more words

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From mud to sand - Cartagena & San Andrés Island

Cartagena 🌋💦💃🏻

Arriving in the old port city of Cartagena we were pleasantly surprised with the vibes and richness of the tourist hub. Once a Caribbean slave trading city exporting gold and facing sieges from pirates, the colourful old city of Cartagena screams history. 950 more words

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Scary Like The Deep Blue Sea

I’ve been on a couple of holidays that have involved scuba diving, snorkelling, sailing and the like. Exploring the sea life that is frankly not that far from the surface of the water. 815 more words

KONA HAWAII - USA

On my recent travels to the United States, a stand out spot where I fell in love was a small island located a short 40 minute flight out of Honolulu.  475 more words

As Above is Not as it is Below

Friday 6th January 2017

It was with some trepidation that I had booked the ‘Black and Blue’ tour with Arctic Adventures, safe and warm in the comfort of my parents’ house in England. 1,582 more words

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Need a Hand with that Flat Tyre?

I’d wanted to check out Coral Bay while we were up in Exmouth but there wasn’t enough time to do it without getting stressed and being rushed. 460 more words

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Need Help?

We’re at Learmonth airport. It’s a military base, so photography is prohibited. Not that there is anything you’d want to photograph, like a Big Prawn! Today has been marked by discovering our rear right tyre was completely flat, as we left the caravan park, Dan leaving a towel on the roof after a snorkel, so it’s blown off somewhere, finding the fish & chip shop closed so eating the most nauseating Chinese in a remote location we’ve ever eaten. 527 more words

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