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Tag Archives: ZEP
As I sit here in Beijing Airport waiting for my final flight to take me to rainy Heathrow, my head can’t decide whether I’m coming or going. My body, especially my knees, is just happy to be out of the … Continue reading
So I start my blog for the last time looking back at how far I have come in just over eight weeks, having been introduced to the ZEP and the Green fins initiative back at our original base of Marine … Continue reading
Starting our fifth week in Panglao and it is hard to believe that we are now under three weeks away of our programme finishing! We are still extremely busy working with dive centres and putting dates in the diary for … Continue reading
When I saw the advertisement for the Zoox internship I immediately thought it would be perfect for me and I couldn’t think about anything else. Marine science, conservation and travelling – everything that I love combined into one experience. We … Continue reading
Having arrived in the Philippines some seventeen days ago ahead of joining a ZEP to further my experience in marine conservation, it’s fitting that my first ever blog would be about something I am passionate about. It seems a long … Continue reading
Hello former ZEP’ers, current ZEP’ers, future ZEP’ers, family, friends and anyone else reading this amazing blog! Yes, the 11thZEP has started and it couldn’t have been more intense, intimidating, wet and fun than it has already been. From getting stuck … Continue reading
The last two weeks have been so fun packed and busy I don’t even know where to start this post. I have been very strict with myself in keeping a diary whilst here, something I have never had much success … Continue reading
On Saturday I was really excited about doing the Green Fins assessment and dive with the first of ‘my’ dive centres but fate apparently had other ideas! We got on the tricycle to Puerto Galera as normal and I finally … Continue reading
Nature vs. Nurture?! I come from an environmental background. Literally. My mother is a horticulturalist and my father is an arboriculturalist so the majority of my childhood was spent getting lost in botanic gardens or in the ‘great outdoors’ that … Continue reading