Kinabuhi – Life, in progress

Kinabuhi – Life

Last year, just after Christmas, we were presented with not such a nice Christmas present. The tropical storm Senyang took our boat and smashed it to pieces on our beach. But such is life on an island like this. Like Filipinos do, we swallowed the loss, kept on smiling and started looking for a replacement.…

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Large cross indicating the sactuary Sunken Cemetery in Camiguin,

The Three Most Deceptively Named Dive Sites In Camiguin

(first published on Reconnect Discover, http://www.reconnectdiscover.com/blog/the-three-most-deceptively-named-dive-sites-in-camiguin/ )   You see it all the time. People have gone all out to come up with a fantastic name for a dive site. And whereas some may be very appropriate, others may be completely deceptive. A “manta point” where there are no (longer) any mantas to be found.…

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Nudibranch – trinchesia yamasui

Things are late…

Usually around this time the water’s already warmer and the visibility is already better. But things seem to be late this year. The water’s still cold (for us divers who got used to diving every day in 29-30 degrees, 26 degrees is cold!), and with approximately 10 meters visibility we’re not quite there yet either.…

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