Losing my Papua New Guinean Dive Cherry at Tufi Dive Resort

Pre-dive checks done and I’m informed by Archie (Archie is much akin to what you would expect a love child of Bob Marley & the hot chick from cool runnings to be like. Loves his reggae, sports the Rasta look, laid back and very attentive) that the WWII Land Rover is “Just down there” … More Losing my Papua New Guinean Dive Cherry at Tufi Dive Resort

The detriment of Social Media in Diving

There is a very good reason for this, albeit diving is a slow sport (even Red Bull would be challenged to hype it up for the next X games) it is actually really bloody dangerous if you push your personal skill boundaries too quickly. I mean, come on, if you fuck up under water it’s not exactly going to be a 10 minute cursing session whilst holding ones plums before whacking them on ice is it. … More The detriment of Social Media in Diving

Big Trees, Jungle paths, Little Creatures & Waterfalls

Spattered along the route in, you can see various plantations with trees all lined up in unison (I’m assuming for harvest or in replacement for those that have already been harvested), various scenic backdrops with locals working the fields, distant hills rising up covered in jungle foliage and the sun doing its best to make such an amazing countryside shine and show its full range of natural beauty. … More Big Trees, Jungle paths, Little Creatures & Waterfalls

Elephants, Tigers & Dumb-ass Tourism. How not to be like me……

we’ve all voiced an “ahhhhh” when the young elephant walks into a tree in a sandstorm during the sympathetic narration of Sir David Attenborough – so visiting Thailand was a perfect opportunity to get up close and personal with some of these beautiful creatures. … More Elephants, Tigers & Dumb-ass Tourism. How not to be like me……