Photo by Tom Hart Catch-and-release fishing: Torture by another name I apologise in advance. This month’s blog is going to be a little bit of a rant. A well informed balanced argument culminating in my very strong opinion. I see
Bull shark, Beqa Lagoon A Contentious Issue Sharks are some of my favourite ocean creatures. It is always a thrill to see them on a dive. Shark feeding is definitely an issue which divides people. The most common reason to chum
Palm tree paradise Islands of Dreams Fiji has always been that dream place that I never quite reach. Which you might think strange since I lived there for 4 months and have returned to visit. But I feel I have
Island Paradise I lived for seven years in the Cayman Islands and in the end the government had to prize me out to get rid of me. I didn’t want to leave. But there is a time limit on everything.
Komodo National Park: View from Labuan Bajo Komodo National Park: Are you brave enough? Komodo is one of the most famous National Parks in the world. Most memorable for me are the incredible colours of the coral reef and the
I Left my Heart in Raja Ampat Raja Ampat has to be literally, hands down, one of the most beautiful places on earth. Or at least the most beautiful place I have ever seen on earth. And without sounding like
Koror, Palau My personal top 5 dive destinations One of the most common questions I am asked is “what is your favourite place to dive?” That is a very difficult question to answer as although I have dived all over
Manta feeding train Why are sharks and rays important to protect? Sharks are a vital component of our complex marine environment. Without these apex predators, this ecosystem risks falling out of balance and may ultimately collapse. Worldwide, fishing is pushing