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swimming with a friendly monster
MANILA, Philippines Suddenly, literally out of the blue, the enormous mouth stretched across my entire field of vision, gliding silently towards me.
strolling along a tropic isle
CEBU ISLANDS, Philippines Let’s take a bit of a walk around this small corner of the Philippines.
New addition to shell collection displayed mind of its own
CEBU ISLAND, Philippines “What time are you going snorkeling?” Ellen asked. “I’m not sure.
Trikes not just for kids
Cebu Island, Philippines “City? White Beach? Waterfall?” Several of the drivers lounging around the local tricycle stand called out a…
The jungle shares its dark, damp secrets
Kinabatangan River, Sabah, Malaysian Borneo The monsoon rain beat the ground and poured off the thatched roof in sheets.
When travelling, learn to go with the flow
SOMEWHERE OVER THE PHILIPPINES There are plenty of reasons to plan a return trip to Borneo – even before you leave.
SEMPORA, SABAH, Malaysian Borneo Splash! Another diver backflipped off the side of the boat into the warm waters of the Sea of Celebes.
Coffee. With milk. Please!
SEMPORNA, SABAH, Malaysian Borneo At 6:10 a.m. the peace and quiet of the hotel was shattered by the excited noise of neighbours who had just…
Getting comfortable among the wild things
SABAH, Malaysian Borneo The jungles of Borneo, the dense ancient rainforests, are home to primates and elephants, leopards and bearded pigs,…
A chance encounter with the Borneo flower master
‘Are you finding everything you need?” The clipped British accent floated over shelves of books about headhunters and orangutans, ginger…
learning to love spiders and snakes
ADELAIDE, South Australia Ken was really more a magician than a wildlife expert. Friendly and smiling, smartly dressed in khaki shirt and shorts,…
Watching whales, dolphins and penguins
MONTAGUE ISLAND, Australia ‘Oh, there’s a lot more to see than just whales” the tall, smiling man behind the counter explained…
this citys afloat with history
SYDNEY, Australia There are two instantly recognizable structures for which Sydney Australia is famous: the Opera House, recently added to the World…
circling the islands by bus
RAROTONGA, Cook Islands Travelling around on the local bus is usually a good way to explore a new destination, and Rarotonga is no exception.
the chorus in the coral church
COOK ISLANDS Under the heading Climate in the Cook Islands Visitor Guide it says: “Warm and sunny all year round” The dry season is…
a descent into an island paradise
RAROTONGA, Cook Islands After nine and a half hours of cruising at 30,000 feet, plus or minus, we were almost there.
The weirdness begins
When Yukon travellers head Outside for their winter vacations there’s a better than even chance they will be transiting through Vancouver.