A wonderful week of diving and birding at Weda Bay, Halmahera, Indonesia
Some photos from our diving trip on board the Raja Ampat Aggressor travelling from Ambon to Triton Bay in Indonesia.
Our 11 day scuba diving adventure on a liveaboard dive boat travelling from Ambon to Triton Bay in Indonesia
Blogged by Anne Our trip to Bali was focused on one thing – finding the Mola Mola. Like the manatee, Dave and I have been trying to see the ocean’s largest bony fish on scuba for years and Bali is one of the best places to do it in September / October. Spoiler alert -…… Continue reading Mola Mola and other mythical creatures
Many of the backpackers I’ve met in Guatemala had decided to skip both Honduras and El Salvador and head directly to Nicaragua (because of safety concerns) so I was interested to see what these two countries were actually like. Honduras is one of the poorest countries in Central America with a typically turbulent history involving…… Continue reading Ocean to Ocean
Here are some additional photos from our dives around Dauin and Anilao (see Muck and Ani-wow for the other photos). WARNING – there are a lot of photos. Dauin / Apo Island Anilao
The final diving spot Anne and I were visiting was Anilao, a world famous muck diving area about 100kms south of Manila, near the city of Batangas (see the previous post ‘Muck’ for more details on muck diving). This time we decided to skip the pre-organised transfers from Manila Airport and to rather travel a…… Continue reading Ani-wow!
Guest blogged by Anne Dauin is a village about 15km south of Dumaguete famous for its muck diving. Most tropical diving involves diving sites which are covered by coral; muck diving, however, involves diving areas with sandy or rocky bottoms. All sorts of weird and wonderful creatures live in the sand and creatures tend…… Continue reading Muck