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How to Start Scuba Diving in Mexico

#HighOnLife #HOLInspired #ScubaDiving Not sure how to start scuba diving? Maybe you’re afraid of the ocean, or just not a fan of sharks! Our resident scuba diving instructor Kenzo will break down how you can get started learning how to dive in Mexico. Kenzo is an open water PADI certification holder and has lived and worked in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico has a scuba diving instructor for about 2 years. He has taken people on…

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Adventurous spirit of solo travellers can hotel capitalise

By virtue of the fact they’re choosing to take a trip alone, solo travellers are unsurprisingly an adventurous group. Sometimes people travel in their own company by choice, sometimes it’s out of necessity. Approximately 25% of the population have never been married, are divorced, or are widowed. These individuals still want and deserve to experience the beauty of travel and will often decide to do it alone. A recent poll by Kayak reveals more insights into the solo traveller…

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Winter Tour: Strolling and Snowshoeing Through Gifu’s Hidden Spots

  One of central Japan’s best kept secrets is Hida-Furukawa, a stop or three (for rapid or local trains) past Takayama station. Hida-Furukawa is a well-preserved old town replete with dark wood and white-washed walls, carp-filled waterways winding along its narrow streets and a riotous spring festival boasting semi-naked men competing in shows of strength and agility, elaborately decorated floats and some of the loudest drums this side of Armageddon. Unlike Takayama, however, its historic…

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5 Philippine Beaches For Your Summer Wish List

July 9, 2018   While the gem of Philippine beach destinations is closed until August for a much-needed cleanup, the country has no shortage of alternative locales for sun, sea, and sand. Here are five that should be on your summer wish list. Costa Pacifica. 1. Baler This idyllic getaway on central Luzon’s east coast is known for its local surfing scene and rich Spanish-colonial heritage, but it has plenty of other tricks up its…

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7 Places Witnessing Wildlife Migration United States

Every year sees tens of thousands of animals and birds move around the country as they head to sunnier climes and breeding grounds. If you pick the right time, you and your family should be able to witness these migrations up close – and in my experience nothing is better than seeing nature in its natural habitat. Plan the dates ahead of time and you’ll get a front row seat to some of the most breathtaking sights…

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