traveler, globetrotter, expat with an insatiable appetite for travel, anything from backpacking to luxury hotels, currently based in Canada

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  1. A lot of sites in SE Asia are bleached regularly, especially shallower waters near the shore where the water doesn’t get cool very often nowadays.

    Also, as much as it pains me as a coastal ethnic race, we could also stop eating wild-caught fish. The most common debris that has to be removed from reefs are now fishing nets that have been lost from boats (called ‘ghost nets’ because they continue to net long after they are lost). They’re also difficult to remove from reefs.

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