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Sailing the High Seas in Search of Monterey’s Sea Life

The link between Monterey Bay and the sea is inescapable. Its unique ocean habitats have made the area home to seals, sea otters, dolphins, whales and albatrosses, which in turn has transformed the land surrounding the bay into all things sea life: from the world-renowned Monterey Bay Aquarium, to Fisherman’s Wharf, heck even in John Steinbeck’s literature Monterey’s relationship with the sea is featured.

And so, with the opportunity to see the aquatic residents of this area up-close and in their own natural habitat, we boarded a ship with the Monterey Bay Whale Watch Centre and headed out to sea.

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Making the Most of Reykjavik in 12 Hours

Everyone knows that Iceland, and in particular Reykjavik, is expensive. Heck, even those who haven’t travelled to Reykjavik knows how extortionate the capital is, its reputation precedes itself that much. As a result many travellers trod the ‘airport-Blue Lagoon-campervan’ route out of the city ASAP, which is a shame. Reykjavik is a pocket-sized mixture of quirkiness, eye-catching art and design, and a heavy dose of fun and rugged scenery. With a little bit of prudence concerning your cash though, you can make the most of Reykjavik in only one day.

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