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Nightdive Becomes Nightmare


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Budget Diving Travel Psychology

How A Nightdive Became My Worst Diving Nightmare (+ What I Learned From It)

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October 16, 2018

In case you’ve ever wondered what’s a scuba diver’s worst nightmare…

Well, probably something like this: ascending after a dive in the middle of the…

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Australia and Oceania Travel Psychology

3 Incredible Pearls Of Wisdom I Gained In Fiji

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January 30, 2018

At the beginning of my personal travel story, I went on a transformational journey, which I usually refer to as my own Eat Pray…

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Teaching Abroad


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Travel Psychology

6 Kick-Ass Benefits Of Teaching Abroad

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January 26, 2018

Many developing countries around the world are becoming increasingly urbanized, thus speaking English is essential for getting a good job in any kind of…

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Coron vs El Nido


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Asia Budget Travel Travel Psychology

5 Reasons Why Coron Is The New El Nido

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October 28, 2017

When I was still working in the Philippines as a Divemaster, I was frequently asked by guests whether I preferred traveling to El Nido…

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Africa Travel Psychology

How I Overcame The Fear Of Creepy Crawlies In The African Bush

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March 17, 2013

African Giants
The camp, where I was staying at, is literally in the middle of the bush – between springboks, zebras, elephants, monkeys, hyenas as…

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Culture Shock In Africa


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Africa Travel Psychology

Why It´s Common To Experience Culture Shock In The African Bush

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March 5, 2013

The journey to Botswana took me around 30 hours from Europe, including a red-eye flight, two domestic flights, a three-hour drive to the Botswanan…

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