Month: June 2017

Blanket Fort Goodbyes

Our volunteers today had the important cultural experience of visiting the Killing Fields and S-21. This is an essential part of gaining a better understanding of Cambodia’s history and the tragic mass genocide that occurred not so long ago. It was an emotional day for our volunteers as we made our way through both the Killing…



Island Departure – don’t cry because it is over, smile because it happened :)

Today we left the island to the capital. Always a bitter sweet day with everybody one step closer to seeing their loved family and friends back home however, also anticipating the heart ache of leaving such a beautiful experience, place, bunch of people and and culture. We skimmed across the ocean to Sihanoukville and had…



Sadly the last day however, a beautiful one…

We had a full on day today deploying 23 new reef pods and laying brick at the water catchment. Firstly we plucked our reef pod footings our of the sand and piled the boat up with 86 of them and 23 pods. Our new advanced divers had a smooth trip this morning placing the pods…



Certification and Water Catchment

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Reef footings, drift dives, emergency skills and catchment

Today the volunteers pushed on through challenging weather and visibility in the ocean. We had abnormal 1 metre visibility on all of our dives that made our new divers very challenged and attentive. As expected, they all did extremely well completing their emergency skills training through open water dive number 3. Our advanced divers had…



Easy Like Sunday Morning

Today we were greeted with more rainfall but to be honest we welcome the cool change, the village welcomes the rain and it certainly doesn’t deter our ambition. After a filling breakfast some of us piled into a boat for an island cruise! This was such a great opportunity to visit some secluded beaches, have…



Weekend Wonders!

Today began with a much needed sleep in and slow rise. Our volunteers have been working so hard all week so for their weekend we have a few wonderful, chilled out things planned for them. This morning we had a delicious breakfast and readied ourselves for the day. We set off on a jungle walk…



Open water diving day 2, Deep dive, PODs and Sand Bags

This morning began with some pancakes, banana and mango – mmmmMmmmm We needed it because the team had two open water dives to complete along with preparing the next batch of reef pods to be planted into the reef next week. One team worked on the pods while the other went to ‘smack’ reef and…



And On The Third Day…

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Day TWO :)

Day two began waking up to beautiful island rain fall which was an amazing setting in which to have our morning coffee. Some of the volunteers even partook in what we call an island shower. Some of the volunteers who are obtaining their advanced scuba certificate were able to go for a free dive! While…



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