Posts Tagged with "dive instructor"

Have Job… Will Travel! 5 Stories of People Who Work Abroad Doing What They Love

Thursday, March 15, 2012

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Have Job… Will Travel! 5 Stories of People Who Work Abroad Doing What They Love

Sat at work dreaming about travel? Reading blogs and travel websites and living vicariously through the adventures that you read? Usually such musing can be written off as mere fantasies and easily whisked away by grumbles about money and making ends meet. But wait, there's good news! Travel and work don’t have to be mutually exclusive. Countless people, from a diverse range of professions are figuring out ways to make travel and work compatible. So how do they do it? Is it as good as you imagine? Does it really pay the bills? Travel writer, Marisa Charles caught up with a few of these working travellers to see what it’s really like...

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Learn to Dive in Thailand: Taking the First Plunge

Thursday, January 6, 2011

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Learn to Dive in Thailand: Taking the First Plunge

There are many places to learn how to dive across South East Asia but many people choose South Thailand; the tropical islands are popular favourites among backpackers from all over the world who want to try diving for the first time. The water is clear, warm and calm with very little current and home to many crazy critters and funky fish, making it perfect for beginners! This is a guest post by Ayesha Cantrell from Master Divers in Koh Tao, Thailand.

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Escape from the ‘real’ world. Could you backpack forever?

Friday, July 2, 2010

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Escape from the ‘real’ world. Could you backpack forever?

For many, travelling is the ‘time of your life,’ an inspiring, fun-filled adventure that happens once in a life time. Something you ‘get out your system’ before resuming your position in the ‘real world.’ But what if you decided you’d rather not go back to the ‘real world’? An interesting idea, but a far-fetched fantasy! Or is it?

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