My Divemaster journey in Koh Tao, Thailand

After 3 years of travelling around the World and 120 dives, during my trip to Turkey in October 2012, I felt it was time to go to the next step in scuba diving. I thought I would do it in Mexico then in Indonesia, but each time the call for exploration was stronger. We were ...

Dive in history: Amphorae fields in Kas, Turkey

A simple look at the Golden Horn and the Bosphorus from the rooftop of my hotel in Karaköy in Istanbul gave me in a second the feeling that the boat traffic has been here for thousands of years. The geographical location of Istanbul and Turkey shaped strongly its history, culture and transportation routes. Being a ...

Travelling with your own scuba gear? Yes you can!

For most travellers, the goal is to travel as light as possible to avoid hassles and tiredness. Of course, it depends on the kind of travels you’re into. Addict to all-inclusive resort holidays? Filling 2 or 3 suitcases is not an issue. If your thing is to go on an adventure and immerse yourself in the country you’re visiting ...

Dive anywhere : It’s not because it’s not far that it’s not exciting!

Scuba divers I meet during my trips in exotic countries usually ask me the same questions: “How many dives do you do a year?”, “Do you dive back home?”, “Often?” And the most popular ones: “What can you see?”, “Is it interesting?” These persons are always very surprised to know I dive in France, in Switzerland, in ...

Let you be surprised : How I ended scuba diving in Komodo, Indonesia

I went to Indonesia with the idea of a road trip to Bali only. Yet, this is how the magic starts within a journey: when you let enough space for surprise and spontaneous adventures! I finally discovered much more of Indonesia with a visit to Komodo and Flores islands. People often stare at my organization when I’m ...

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