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Dive Seafari Day 4, 5 – Diving Balicasag

Diving Balicasag Balicasag is a 25-hectare small island 4 km southwest of Panglao. It houses 200 families and the Philippine Tourism Authority operates a 20 rooms resort on a 1.5-hectare area--the Balicasag Island Dive Resort. We were hosted by the PTA for one night...

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Dive Seafari – Diving with Legends

I’ve been diving for almost four years now and logged about 150 dives. I’ve also dove in some of the best sites around the Philippines—Tubbataha, Apo Island, Coron, Malapascua, Moalboal, Puerto Galera, and of course Anilao. But on this trip, diving with Bob Yin and...

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Dive Seafari Day 1,2,3 – Diving Panglao

Diving Panglao Bohol Divers Club is a good place to stay when diving Panglao.  Their dive shop will be our diving host as well as those joining the MAD about US photo competition. It's the type of resort I would typically book to be my base when scuba diving. It's...

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Dive Seafari Day 0 – Meet & Greet

Dive Seafari Bohol Edition Begins The flight was at 11:50am but I was at the airport at 9:00 am, the meet up time. I met Mick (from Australia) and Steve (from UK) who are the 2 other international guests of the Seafari. So there we were, having coffee while waiting...

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Philippine Dive Seafari 2011

I am stoked! "Marine marvels at the 1st Philippine Dive Seafari" article spread all over the internet last month and got all of us mad divers excited and curious. And I'm so ecstatic to be part of this grand underwater extravaganza. There are exactly 3 things that I'm...

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My Adventure Partner Contest — Winner

So it was over a week ago that Wanderlass Adventure Partners Contest Series, Part 3 is closed. Thanks to everyone who participated sharing stories of your Adventure Partners. There were 29 awesome entries which made it really hard for me to choose. But the inevitable...

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The lass who wanders


I travel the world on a quest to live a life not ordinary. Having seen more of the world than most people would in a life time, I am grateful and hope that I inspire you to do what you love most