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12th June 2019

Pagodas and more pagoda
Bagan is an unusual and marvelous town. Maybe a saturation point on pagodas. Looks like you are having a great time.
7th June 2019
GILDED BED

Exciting story telling.
I enjoyed reading your travel blog on travels in Mandalay. Wow a 7 hour bus ride, sounds tough and fun at the same time. I am looking forward to your next installment. Your writing gets better and more exciting with each addition of your travels. Almost like being there.
16th June 2019
GILDED BED

Exploring Mandalay
I was careful...my fingers didn't do their thing, but the comment went to the wrong Title...it was meant for this Title, Exploring Mandalay
2nd June 2019
THRONE ROOM

So much gold
So little time.
2nd June 2019
THRONE ROOM

Exploring Mandalay
That is such a clever response. For Myanmar it is so absolutely true.
3rd May 2019
GIANT CLAM

Amazing Photo
Amazing photo. Thanks for sharing. Ilove it.
2nd June 2019
GIANT CLAM

THE STORM
Thanks for following me. It is fun to look back and read a previous blog. That was one heck of a storm. I love giant clams. They are amazing. And it is always a thrill to see a teeny tiny sea horse. Incredible. Photography is good in Anilao. (my second trip. The first was right after I flooded my camera in Romblon Island, Philippines. I sure missed it)
2nd June 2019
GIANT CLAM

THE STORM
Thanks for following me. It is fun to look back and read a previous blog. That was one heck of a storm. I love giant clams. They are amazing. And it is always a thrill to see a teeny tiny sea horse. Incredible. Photography is good in Anilao. (my second trip. The first was right after I flooded my camera in Romblon Island, Philippines. I sure missed it)
18th February 2019

Racing for your Fitbit
So happy you got your personal items back. People are so nice... gald you got a ride. Glad you had a nice soak. Thanks for taking us along.
From Blog: LEAVING RANGOON
9th February 2019
PEACOCK DANCER

Peacock Dancer
Nice. Very nice.
16th February 2019
PEACOCK DANCER

Rangoon - More to see
I love you guys...thanks for keeping up with me
7th January 2019
GREAT FEEL HOTEL

Beautiful Friendly Burma
Hi Linda You might recall talking to Janet and I over breakfast at the great feel hotel. We are the couple from Australia. We have been inspired by your blog and will continue to travel as well when ever we can. its been our fourth trip to Burma and love it even more each time we visit. Yes the Strand hotel is a lovely old hotel full of colonial charm. it was owned by the same family that used to own Raffles in Singapore.Will keep reading your adventurous blog for wonderful inspiration you provide older travellers. Best wishes for safe, healthy and happy travels. look us up if you ever visit Australia. kind Regards Jim & Janet.
16th February 2019
GREAT FEEL HOTEL

Company at Breakfast
Thank you for your great help. It made my trip even more wonderful...As you will see, I also got to Lake Inle and Bagan, although I probably could have made it a little less trouble if I had a checked a map before choosing my route.
6th January 2019

Good for you for making the best of your situation. I’ve read how much you love to dive. Maybe it was the heavens slowing you down a bit for a rest? Happy New Year.
20th December 2018

Mongolian gobi tour
Mongolian gobi tourReally amazing.you can fully enjoy the adventure .This is the most amazing place I have seen.
16th February 2019

Blood Brothers
We are in absolute agreement. Mongolia is still one of my favorite spots and the Gobi was an amazing adventure.
3rd November 2018
THE OBSERVER

Beautiful
Glad to see you diving again.
From Blog: SIPADAN WRAP UP
16th February 2019
THE OBSERVER

Look For More
I am enjoying my other travels but nothing compares to the thrill of a great diving destination.
From Blog: SIPADAN WRAP UP
13th October 2018

Wow :)
Hi! Wow, just wanted to say thank you for sharing! I fell on this site quite randomly searching the web for informations but also reviews of the galapagos, the diving and the boats! I'm actually pretty decided to take the family there next year and perhaps some of us want to take a diving cruise in order to get loootttssss of diving in :) Seeing these pictures confirm my idea! I've seen the Astrea boat on this site https://galapagos-liveaboard.com/galapagos-diving and it seems legit, normally prices compared to others and still good quality! But there's other interesting boats.... ahhh so hard to make a choice! Any recommendation / anything you've heard about a boat or another ? Not much arm strength either haha I don't want to be stranded in the sea :P Again, thanks for sharing this! Emily
16th February 2019

If you have time...
You just might want to wait to book until you get to the Galapagos. Find out when the boats leave, Mon, Fri? Then go in a day or two before and ask for a deal. You could save several thousand dollars if there is an opening. And there is plenty to do for a week, and good daily diving trips. You could try again the next week, last minute, or maybe you would have to pay full price but you would lose nothing.
6th September 2018

Trip of a lifetime
For a diver you've just completed a trip we all dream of... you've now been in the waters of some very amazing, wonderful and famous dive spots. Your pictures make me wan to be on the next flight. Love to see a summary blog about what went well and what didn't. Which dive experience was your favorite and did any of them fall short. Did you plan the trip well and what would you have done differently for next time. MJ
16th February 2019

I'll Make a Note...
If I make a note on my phone, maybe on the calendar, I will try to do a summary. I am still about six or seven blogs behind so it may be a while before I get to it. If you have specific questions, please just ask. Oh, my best tip today is remove the cardboard from a roll of paper towels and stick the towels in your bag. They are so useful, especially in Burma. Use them to wipe your feet after wandering through pagodas and temples. Just cover them when you leave the room. The maids took mine in the Philippines.
2nd September 2018

Liveaboard Experience
I've been diving since the late 80s and have never done a live aboard. You know the one strange guy at the dive resort or the dive boat that annoys everyone? I'm always afraid of getting stuck for a week on a live aboard with one of those guys. What has been your experience? Your photos are always so outstanding. Thanks for taking us along.
16th February 2019

I can be super sensitive...
so I can understand your question. In the Galapagos there was a diver that seemed to like to goad me. Luckily, it didn't ruin the trip. He was knowledgeable so I learned what could be of help and there was another guy who was a good support for me so it evened out. The boats are usually big enough to keep a little distance between divers. The staff are anxious to maintain harmony so if things got really bad you could ask for intervention. I have done several liveaboards now and only one had a problem.

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