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Best places for whale watching in Sydney

During nice and calm days there are places where it is possible to see whales from the shore in Sydney. Check this map. The post Best places for whale watching in Sydney appeared first on Vi Travel Tips.
by Travel Tips on Oct 19, 2015

The Big Four (+Giveaway from Dive Inspire)

The 15th edition of Marine Life monthly post is sponsored by Dive Inspire. Dive Inspire offers creative products inspired by the wonders of our oceans. On this post, Dive Inspire and I would […]...
by indahs travel photography on Oct 19, 2015

The Core

The Core (2003) (135 mins) Director – Jon Amiel Starring – Aaron Eckhart, Hilary Swank, Stanley Tucci Premise – When the Earth’s core stops rotating, a group of scientists must figure out a way to get to the core and get it spinning again...
by Sherlocking: The Big Screen on Oct 10, 2015

Best time for whale watching in Sydney

Read this if you want to know what is the best time of year for whale watching in Sydney and what time of the day is better for whale watching. The post Best time for whale watching in Sydney appeared first on Vi Travel Tips.
by Travel Tips on Oct 1, 2015

Swimming with Whale Sharks and Basket Weaving in Cebu

It’s not often a perfect day includes swimming with whale sharks, visiting an amazing food market and meeting a third generation basket weaver. On my trip to Cebu, I was able to do all of this and stop at shoe factory and pick up a pair of supe...
by 52Perfectdays on Sep 18, 2015

Kayaking with Beluga Whales – A Paddlers Dream

"Don't worry about your rudders, just get in the water." Our guide Tress, from Sea North tours was worried we wouldn't have enough time kayaking with Beluga Whales in Churchill, Manitoba. I'm glad he rushed us, because this is an adventure you don't...
by theplanetd on Aug 27, 2015

Review: Water Babies Baby Swimming Lessons

I used to really enjoy going to the swimming pool when I was a kid. I remember that my dad, brother and I used to go to a local pool on a Sunday to burn off a bit of steam, whilst my mum cracked on with cooking Sunday dinner. I was never a great swi...
by The DADventurer on Aug 26, 2015

Whale Watching in Oman

Little though many suspect it, one of Oman’s best activities on offer for the tourist is whale watching. It might seem odd at first, especially since most mistakenly imagine Oman to be a country of deserts and harsh sands, but a glance at the c...
by Cush Travel on Aug 23, 2015

My Holiday in Mesh

I am trying out the Mesh Gallery as invited by Daily Post Photo Challenge. I don’t use Apple products, that leaves me no options but to use the Mesh Gallery […]...
by indahs travel photography on Aug 22, 2015


I have always maintained that the only requirements for someone to be Scream Queen of the Month are that they be A. Female (I have never heard of a Scream King and I hope I never do, no offense to anyone); and B. They have to have appeared in at lea...
by Written in Blood on Jul 28, 2015

Inspirational (Ocean) Quote

This is my second submission for the 3 Day,3 Quotes Challenge as invited by Life of Mon, the first submission was posted in Inspirational Travel Quote. I can not leave out a quote […]...
by indahs travel photography on Jul 23, 2015

FREE LEGO Mini Whale Model

Do you your little ones enjoy playing with LEGOS? Take your children to a FREE LEGO event on July 7 -8th starting at 9am! Show up at your local LEGO store and build a cool Mini LEGO Whale Model! The event is geared toward ages 6 – 14 and will...
by My Free Product Samples on Jul 6, 2015

Raglan on a Winter’s Day

Raglan is one of the most famous holiday destinations in New Zealand and one of the best surfing spots in the world. It’s surprising, therefore, that I’d never been until last week weekend! It was a wintery day – not raining, but with a cold li...
by POMS AWAY! on Jun 10, 2015

Seychelles Islands

Pure, pristine, unadulterated and divine there are numerous ways to define a land that is better known as the heaven for newlyweds. Shiny white beaches, lush green hills and crystal clear blue water, Seychelles Islands make you fall for its beauty no...
by bookahotel weblog on Jun 9, 2015

Laws that don’t make sense

Laws of countries without significanceLaw While most laws are created to protect the interests of society, there are some that are just unexplainable, illogical, and even impractical- from laws concerning what food you may eat and when to laws defini...
by Trending World on Jun 4, 2015

Photo story – Shedd Aquarium

After the architectural boat tour on Saturday, planned to visit the downtown area once again. The plan today was to visit the John G. Shedd Aquarium and then roam around the downtown area for sometime and then head back. To be very honest, I did not...

Jenis-jenis Ikan Paus di Dunia

Jenis-jenis Ikan Paus di Dunia Paus adalah satu dari sekian banyak ikan yang istimewa. Mamalia laut, bertubuh besar, cerdas dan hidup bebas di samudera. Cara bernapas mereka juga istimewa. Kalau makhluk laut lain bernapas dengan insang, maka paus men...
by on May 31, 2015

Featured Photographer: Stefan Follows

Welcome to the fifth edition of the Featured Photographer monthly post. Please meet Stefan Follows, a British Master Scuba Instructor and Tropical Research Diver based in Thailand. His underwater photography is ranging from […]...
by indahs travel photography on May 30, 2015

Swimming with whale sharks tour prices in 2015

This is updated list of swimming with whale sharks tour prices for 2015 season in Exmouth, Western Australia. All prices are in Australian dollar. Current rates are: 1 AUD = […] Swimming with whale sharks tour prices in 2015 is a post from: Tra...
by Travel Tips on May 29, 2015

The magic of South Island New Zealand

New Zealand has one of the most striking and diverse landscapes on earth. When traveling around the South Island, you'll be treated to incredible views that change before your eyes with every turn. Between the striking mountain range known as The Rem...
by eTravelTrips on May 12, 2015

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