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If you missed yesterday’s post, start there to find my recap of the Beneath the Sea dive show and a full explanation of why I traversed the globe to attend it! As I’ve mentioned previously, one of my major accomplishments this year was winning a grant from the Women Diver’s Hall of Fame. The story goes…

Those that have been following my journey since the beginning know that I had no intentions of heading home to the Unites States just ten months after leaving, but yet I’ve never really gone into my reason for spending the month of March at home. Well, it was a combination of factors, but there was one…

The great thing about running a travel blog is you get to make tons of online friends. People reach out to you to say hi, talk about travel, and sometimes ask for advice. And living in a popular destination like Koh Tao, I got to be hands-on in helping people plan their trips to paradise.  One…

This week I got a chance to return to Sail Rock and do some fun diving. Sail Rock is one of the most famous dive sites in Thailand but it takes about two hours to reach from Koh Tao. It wasn’t necessarily totally “fun” though considering the water was so very rough and the ride out…

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What a week! I’ve been a busy bee with Muay Thai boxing training, throwing a Valentine’s Day party, catching up on some blog projects, and keeping up with my “day job,” underwater videography. In fact, I have a bit of a confession for you this week, readers- Photo of the Week is actually going to be…

After our amazing dives in underrated Cambodia, we were pretty excited to check out the similarly reviewed scuba spot of Nha Trang, Vietnam. Granted, Vietnam is well and firmly on the diving scene, mostly due to its rock-bottom certification prices. But it’s certainly not making any “Top Ten Dive Spots”  list and experienced divers tend to…

There’s nothing quite like waking up before the sun is up, hopping on a boat in one of the busiest dive areas in the world, and being one of the only two people descending into the ocean. Even with my Rescue Diver certification and over 100 dives, my unease in the dark and residual fear of…

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