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SEYCHELLES | Fri, 10 Apr 2015 | By aron_alex | Views 
So as I'm writing this I've been at the base for three days now. My third day here I returned the keys to the super nice apartment I had, and went to the dive centre and finished my Open Water Diving. That day we did three dives, two before lunch and ... Read more >
Tags: coral, diving, seychelles, travel
SEYCHELLES | Sat, 4 Apr 2015 | By aron_alex | Views  | Comments 
Hi there! If you are reading this you probably already know me and what I'm spending my time doing, but if not my name is Aron Alexander. I'm currently visiting the Seychelles for a volunteer program regarding marine life in this area, this program is ... Read more >
Tags: beach, diving, scuba, seychelles, travel
SEYCHELLES | Wed, 12 Feb 2014 | By tnj4884 | Views  | Comments 
The Seychelles have always been a dream for us. As a diver, I imagined clear blue water, 28 degrees, 30 meters visibility and full of fish and colorful coral. For Mikko, the dream began after seeing a documentary on the Seychelles showing a mosquito ... Read more >
Tags: beaches, budget, diving, islands, seychelles, tips
MOZAMBIQUE | Wed, 11 Apr 2012 | By pmok | Views 
So what exactly is it that us volunteers are doing in Tofo? I had a hard time articulating before, but now it's much clearer.
Tofo may be small but its marine environment is second to none. For marine biologists, this place is heaven ... Read more >
Tags: djibouti, eco ocean, gill racker, manta ray, marine megafauna foundation, seychelles, shark fin, tofo, whale shark
SEYCHELLES | Wed, 14 Dec 2011 | By safetyhub | Views 
There are a few natural health hazards of which to be aware on your trip to Seychelles. Bugs and the sun are a few of them. Sun cream is crucial, as the rays’ intensity -- the islands are close to the equator -- can cause serious burns. Also bring ... Read more >
Tags: africa, seychelles, travel-safety
SEYCHELLES | Tue, 31 Aug 2010 | By safetyhub | Views 
The Seychelles are a group of islands, so they must be pretty laid-back, right? Think again. Virtual Tourist travellers report that immigration is strict in Seychelles. You can’t just visit this country off the cuff with no plans of where you’re ... Read more >
Tags: africa, seychelles, travel-legal, travel-safety
SEYCHELLES | Sun, 29 Aug 2010 | By safetyhub | Views 
If you view pirates as the type characterized by Johnny Depp and friends in “Pirates of the Caribbean,” you’ll get a reality check in Seychelles. Somali pirates rove the waters here, primarily in the Gulf of Aden and the Indian Ocean. Attacks have ... Read more >
Tags: africa, pirates, seychelles, travel-crime, travel-safety, travel-terrorism
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A community volunteer involved in food preparation for the school nutrition programme, wipes a plate with dishwashing detergent. She eagerly smiled and asked me to take her picture but stopped smiling as soon as I raised the camera. The combination of the barbed wire fence and the badge pinned on her dress reminded me of a scene in a military camp, which was in line with the rigidly ordered way she approached her cooking tasks.
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According to legend the goddess Karni Mata implored Yama to restore to life of a storyteller. Upon his refusal she incarnated the storyteller and all storytellers since as rats.
The Karni Mata temple in Deshnok is full of thousands of rats that are revered and honoured by Hindus.
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