Photo of the Month

This photo was taken when I visited Guatemala’s Tikal National Park, a ruin of an ancient city. Tikal is the largest excavated site in the American continent. It is Guatemala’s most famous cultural and natural preserve and I would strongly recommend you visit! The temples size and structure are particularly impressive as well as the tranquil beauty of a jungle that surrounds them. 🍃


US stands alone in climate change scepticism


Source: Cartoon Movement

As Syria seeks to join the Paris Climate Accord, President Donald Trump walks away from it. The US is now left to stand alone in its stance on climate change. It is the only country in the world that has not signed the landmark climate deal. A rather terrifying fact to swallow seeing as, according to the European Commission, the US only trails China as the world’s worst emitter of carbon dioxide…

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Photo of the Month

This photo was taken during my recent trip to Berlin. I visited The East Side Gallery, which is an international memorial for freedom. This section of the once Berlin Wall is now the longest open-air gallery in the world. The famous painting here is named My God, Help Me to Survive This Deadly Love. It depicts politicians Leonid Brezhnev and Erich Honecker.

Photo of the Month



This photo was taken during my trip to Chichén Itzà, a New Wonder of the World on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. The world famous complex boasts Mayan Ruins. This picture depicts the huge step pyramid, Kukulkan, known as El Castillo (the castle), which won the sites wonderous title. A must see!

Tip: Arrive at the sacred site for opening time to avoid the mass crowd of tourists by mid-morning and the scorching midday heat. 

☀️Christmas in Mexico: Holiday Advice☀️

A friend’s mum recently told me she wanted to go to Mexico during the Christmas season, but she wasn’t exactly sure where to start with the planning. I decided to share my advice with you, if you have any further questions please ask!

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Technical Diving and Sidemount

Cenote El Pit, Mexico


I took these courses because I wanted to develop my skills and expertise as a recreational scuba diver and instructor. Both Tec 40 and Sidemount certifications focus on buoyancy, trim and positioning in the water as well as proper dive planning. I believed that the knowledge and skills I learnt on these courses would be useful for me in recreational diving…and I was right!

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