21 Feb 19
Doris Magazine

In “Song for the Blue Ocean,” the reader is taken along Carl Safina’s, epic narrative as he explores marine environments along the eastern seaboard of the U.S. and Canada, the Pacific Northwest, and the waters of the Indo-Pacific. In these places, Safina finds a once abundant cod fishery decimated, salmon populations along Canada’s west coast […]

20 Feb 19
Travelling King

As the popularity of Riviera Maya destinations like Cancun and Playa del Carmen increases, visitors to the Yucatan Peninsula now seek less crowded, more authentic Mexican destinations. Tulum is the last of the Mayan cities to be built, with really well preserved ruins and archaeological sites. First, Tulum became a wellness destination, with yoga and […]

20 Feb 19
My Crafty Life and other things.

I decided to take a long overdue trip to Plymouth Marine Aquarium, I haven’t been there for months, depression told me I couldn’t leave my home and I listened to it, so armed with a new camera (phone) off I went. We are lucky in Plymouth as we have the largest aquarium in the U.K. […]

20 Feb 19

This is the story of one perfect beach. There are hundreds of pristine white-sand beaches along the coast of Thailand, but one tiny bay, almost hidden by limestone cliffs, has obsessed the world. For years, people would come in staggering numbers hoping to step into “paradise”. One day last year, it was shut down. In […]

20 Feb 19
The Holiday

In case you didn’t know, we’ve been in Cairns the last 3 days and the locals pronounce it as cans. Today was a light day after 2 full days at the reef and rainforest so this is more like a city review of Cairns with a few tidbits about todays events. Cairns is a city […]