Blog about diving in Burma and Thailand
After 4 great days around Surin, Koh Bon and Koh Tachai, two days relaxing in Koh Phayam, the french group is back on the boat to explore the north of the Mergui Archipelago for 8 days.
We had some great dives. Encounter a lot of seahorses, 11 during the same dive ! Few ghost pipefish flying in the surge. Some cute green, white and red frogfish. Blotched stingrays, Mobula, turtles and sharks were also around during this trip.
Between the dives and the meals, some were loging the dives and learning some latin name of the nudibranch, while some were catching up with sleep. We also found some time to play the famous Rumikub or chess game.
We had a lot of fun onboard and were happy to live this exploration time with all of you. Stay connected and follow 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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