Laurence Andrews

Marsa Alam, Egypt

Can’t get enough of that Red Sea diving! Shortly after getting home from Singapore I was heading east once again and couldn’t wait to get in the water. My previous trip to Egypt was on a Liveaboard, a week-long holiday on board a 26-berth yacht, it was great (I’ll get round to writing the blog at some point) but I wasn’t a huge fan of being conf... Read more

I'm banning Reddit and it's kind of a big deal...

Like an increasing number of people in the social media age, I spend far too much of my time consuming online content. It’s an addiction; an addiction to likes, swipes and retweets - it’s a waste of precious time and attention. The designers and engineers who built these systems talk openly about how concerned they are about the habits that peop... Read more

Passing PADI Tec40

The Tec40 cert has been on my scuba diving Christmas list for a while now and I’m pleased to say that with the help from Tony and Janine at Southern Scuba I now have the card (and the one-of-a-kind t-shirt!). Moving from recreational scuba diving to technical diving involves a big step up in ability, it’s a big challenge but is very rewarding. ... Read more

Something a bit Different!

Keeping with this year’s theme, The Year of Smart, I participated in my first non-technical training programme. The course was run by the Centre for Creative Leadership, a US-based non-profit organisation who focus on leadership development. CCL run the Maximising Your Leadership Potential course only three times a year at their Europe HQ in Bru... Read more

Cornwall, Summer 2018

Another month, another trip to Cornwall! Well, not quite… It has been a long time since we were last down, the summer of 2018 shall be known for two things, 1. Being very hot and 2. Having many weddings. As a result of number 2 we haven’t been in Cornwall quite as much as we would like but we found a window in early August and seized the opportu... Read more