Travelog for Wandy Hochgrebe

Diving with a Family - Wakatobi Dive Resort Diving with a Family - Wakatobi Dive Resort
Once you have had an amazing time somewhere it always worries me to want to go back. Will it be as good as the first time? Will things have changed? Have things stayed the same, but you have changed?
Added: July 22nd 2012 at 7:47pm
Shark Attacks in Perspective Shark Attacks in Perspective
My sister and I were swimming in a quiet area of Jervis Bay on the east coast of Australia a few years back. Suddenly a fin cut through the water…another one appeared next to it and another and another. Moving fast, not towards us but very close. Sharks?
Added: February 14th 2011 at 10:20am
Shark Attacks - 7 Answers to Frequently Asked Questions Shark Attacks - 7 Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
When do the sharks come out to play? What do I do if I see a shark while I’m swimming? And more questions relating to shark encounters answered in this FAQ.
Added: October 25th 2010 at 9:21am
Heron Island Bliss - a Family Diving Holiday Heron Island Bliss - a Family Diving Holiday
A place like Heron Island is a great destination for families by offering a variety of activities all throughout the day, catering to people of all ages and interests. One can do a single boat dive and be back to spend the rest of the day exploring the island with or without expert staff, read books, hang by the pool or at the end of the day join the sunset cruise. There is plenty of time to relax and no worries about having to get any chores done.
Added: October 20th 2010 at 3:52pm
11 Sharks You Should Know About This Summer 11 Sharks You Should Know About This Summer
Sharks have long been feared by people. Monsters that appear from the depths of the sea and take life after life, sentiments that have been enhanced by movies such as 'Jaws'. Sharks are efficient predators no doubt, their senses and hunting strategies refined over the long time they have inhabited the seas.
Added: October 6th 2010 at 9:18am
Get ready for the 5th Underwater Festival� - The Australasia Challenge Get ready for the 5th Underwater Festival� - The Australasia Challenge
The 2011 Underwater Festival™ breaks new ground in underwater shootout competitions. UF11 will feature a photo and video shootout competition that happens simultaneously all over Australasia. 25 countries spanning both hemispheres - every dive site you can imagine will be a shootout locality, every dive centre, liveaboard, dive resort in the area will be part this new kind of shootout.
Added: August 20th 2010 at 3:49pm
The Byron Underwater Festival 2007 The Byron Underwater Festival 2007
The first Byron Underwater Festival, which was held May 10-13 was a great success with more than 30 divers entering in the Underwater Shoot-Out and over 100 artworks submitted to the ‘Marine Visions’ Art Competition. The aim of the event was and is to be more than just another digital shoot-out competition.
Added: July 25th 2007 at 8:23am
Escaping to Kadavu - A Fiji Secret Escaping to Kadavu - A Fiji Secret
Yes! We had arrived in Fiji for our two week stay. We were lucky that the Nadi airport had very comfortable couches as we had to wait till midday for our flight to Kadavu.
Added: May 28th 2007 at 4:52am
Byron Bay - Where Tropical and Temperate Waters Merge Byron Bay - Where Tropical and Temperate Waters Merge
Although Byron Bay is one of Australia's most popular holiday destinations, only few people realise the fantastic marine environment Byron Bay has to offer. This popular subtropical township renown for its beautiful beaches and stunning hinterland is part of the Cape Byron Marine Park and home to the Julian Rocks Marine Sanctuary.
Added: December 1st 2006 at 6:08am
Lady Elliot Island - Far away, so close Lady Elliot Island - Far away, so close
I exhaled and looked down along the mooring line. I could feel the slight current tugging as I held on and switched on my camera.
Added: September 11th 2006 at 11:29am
On-board Odyssea I in North Sulawesi On-board Odyssea I in North Sulawesi
Friends and colleagues envied us for going diving in North Sulawesi, but let me tell you: 11 days with Bob Whorton on a boat is hard work. Especially when he convinces you that visiting a karaoke bar in the midst of the city of Bitung, Sulawesi is a great idea.
Added: July 13th 2006 at 12:15am
Gangga Island Sulawesi - Diving in Paradise Gangga Island Sulawesi - Diving in Paradise
Imagine paradise: blue skies, amazing food, flowers, happy people, world class diving, smiles all round, a bit of pampering and a wet-edge pool looking out over the volcanoes on the North-Sulawesi mainland.
Added: July 8th 2006 at 3:42am
Wakatobi - a Diving Adventure in Sulawesi Wakatobi - a Diving Adventure in Sulawesi
The WAKATOBI Dive Resort is located in a remote area of Indonesia: Southeast Sulawesi. The currents that pass through channels and along the steep drop offs carry an incredible diversity of marine life that settles on the substrates surrounding the atolls.
Added: September 21st 2005 at 7:01am
Goodbye Cocos. Hello Christmas Island! Goodbye Cocos. Hello Christmas Island!
We waved goodbye to the crew from Cocos (Keeling) Islands until our arms hurt. We were a bit sad to leave everybody behind, but also excited about what was going to come. After only an hour the plane started to descend again and we could see Christmas Island. It was very clear straight away that Christmas Island is geologically very different from the Cocos (Keeling) Islands.
Added: September 9th 2005 at 3:09am
Destination Cocos (Keeling) Islands Destination Cocos (Keeling) Islands
If you are looking for a tropical holiday destination with amazing diving the Cocos (Keeling) Islands and Christmas Island should be on your list. The islands are part of Australia, but are actually located closer to Indonesia.
Added: June 29th 2005 at 5:09am
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