Blog about diving in Burma and Thailand
All the team of the Smiling Sea Horse wish you an happy new year ! We spent a great time "to pass the cap" with nice guests around the best barbecue of the Archipelago, special thanks to our chef, Chewy for the amazing preparation.
We were happy to see Germa, Kamiel and Jeff back for the third time onboard! It's always a pleasure to have guests coming back, specially when they are such a good company and easy to dive with.
Always a pleasure to see that our two huge nurse sharks were still sleeping in our special cave. Few marbled stingray having a feast during a night dive, few beautiful eagle ray flying around and another mating party, this time was 4 cuttlefishes and two octopuses mating on the same reef.
To have a good start of 2016 and to please our divers, loads of macro' creatures, cute seahorses and a baby one, as tiny as my little nail, uncountable amount of shrimps, ghost pipefishes, and many frogfishes hidden on their sponges. Difficult to believe for some guests that harlequins shrimps are rare when we showed them more than 10 different specimens during the cruise.
We wish to everyone a wonderful start of 2016, stay connected and don't forget to take a look on our facebook page for more pictures.
The Smiling Seahorse Diving Blog
A blog about our diving adventures in Burma and Thailand. Diving trip reports, guest reviews, fishy stories, wildlife fun facts and much more...
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The Smiling Seahorse has been running dive cruises from Ranong since 2012.
Our team of instructors: Elween, Julien and Simon are reporting with a short blogpost after every trip.
Camille, Franck and some guest writers also contribute during the off season writing on various topics.
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