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With an ancestry as colourful as it is confused, making a home anywhere has become Sarah Hishan's true specialty. Having already lived on 4 continents, and traveled to more than 36 nations, no border truly characterizes her. After finishing her law degree in the UK, she's taken the time to travel and document her adventures for online publications and magazines. She hopes to promote a culture of tolerance by combining her love of travel with a career in international law.

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Swim in Donsol, the Whale Shark Capital of the World

April 21, 2012 - 2 Comments - Sarah Hishan

A SLEEPY fishing town in the Philippines is also home to one of the greatest open water adventures that exist. Known to locals as ‘butanding’ and to dive enthusiasts as one of the ‘big three’ (the other being hammerheads and manta rays), whale sharks are what most marine lovers dream of encountering in their lifetime.…>

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Andaman dive sites: Hin Daeng and Hin Muang

April 20, 2012 - 0 Comments - Sarah Hishan

IN Andaman’s rich waters, close to both Phuket and the Phi Phi Islands, lies one of the best dive sites in Thailand. For many experienced divers, this is as close down south as you can get to the beauty of the Similan Islands. Made up of two remote rocks located 40 nautical miles from the Phi…>

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Exploring Palawan’s gem, El Nido

April 15, 2012 - 0 Comments - Sarah Hishan

THE thought of Palawan in the Philippines conjures images of unspoilt, natural splendor and yet it cannot accurately portray just how otherworldly its hidden gem is. El Nido acts as the gateway to Bacuit Bay’s endless white beaches, crystal-clear turquoise waters and towering karst cliffs. The 45 islands and islets offer numerous opportunities for those…>

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Semporna’s Accessible, World Class Dive Sites

April 10, 2012 - 1 Comments - Sarah Hishan

ALMOST every seasoned diver has heard of Sipadan, one of the richest marine habitats in the world. To preserve this fragile ecosystem, however, diving requires a special permit with only a limited number of visitors allowed each day. Luckily, the fertile bioregion spans a much greater territory. The underwater world holds no boundaries and those who…>

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Batam: Extreme sports at Asia’s first cable ski park

April 9, 2012 - 0 Comments - Sarah Hishan

FOR those of you that have visited Singapore, its not exactly a city that oozes adventure (though it does offer so many other ways to play). But being at a strategic location to make day trips to both Indonesia and Malaysia means fast, furious, fun is right around the corner. An obvious choice for a…>

Swim in Donsol, the Whale Shark Capital of the World

Swim in Donsol, the Whale Shark Capital of the World

April 21, 2012 - 2 Comments - Sarah Hishan

A SLEEPY fishing town in the Philippines is also home to one of the greatest open water adventures that exist. Known to locals as ‘butanding’ and to dive enthusiasts as one of the ‘big three’ (the other being hammerheads and manta rays), whale sharks are what most marine lovers dream of encountering in their lifetime.…>

Andaman dive sites: Hin Daeng and Hin Muang

Andaman dive sites: Hin Daeng and Hin Muang

April 20, 2012 - 0 Comments - Sarah Hishan

IN Andaman’s rich waters, close to both Phuket and the Phi Phi Islands, lies one of the best dive sites in Thailand. For many experienced divers, this is as close down south as you can get to the beauty of the Similan Islands. Made up of two remote rocks located 40 nautical miles from the Phi…>

Exploring Palawan’s gem, El Nido

Exploring Palawan’s gem, El Nido

April 15, 2012 - 0 Comments - Sarah Hishan

THE thought of Palawan in the Philippines conjures images of unspoilt, natural splendor and yet it cannot accurately portray just how otherworldly its hidden gem is. El Nido acts as the gateway to Bacuit Bay’s endless white beaches, crystal-clear turquoise waters and towering karst cliffs. The 45 islands and islets offer numerous opportunities for those…>

Batam: Extreme sports at Asia’s first cable ski park

Batam: Extreme sports at Asia’s first cable ski park

April 9, 2012 - 0 Comments - Sarah Hishan

FOR those of you that have visited Singapore, its not exactly a city that oozes adventure (though it does offer so many other ways to play). But being at a strategic location to make day trips to both Indonesia and Malaysia means fast, furious, fun is right around the corner. An obvious choice for a…>

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