Teja is an environmental scientist (to which she admits) and an
engineer (which she disowns), but having been excessively self-educated
in all manner of erudition, is really far too many things for
one person to be. She is on an odyssey for homes in a thousand
strange places, because predictably, she’s doing the Ibn Battuta
quote backwards. Teja likes to write about the stories that happen
around the travel plans, coloured with the lens of sustainable travel. You can read more stories on her blog, Teja on the Horizon.
The brochure read, 'fish feeding', among the many other activities such as 'island hopping', 'sunset cruise', 'banana boat', and so on.
I was previously interested, because I always seek to snorkel whenever ...
We saw a manta ray again. Just like yesterday.
It broke the surface of the sea, breaking ripples as it skimmed just beneath and nearly alongside the boat, and flapped its triangle fins out of the water.