My Mola travels the world in search of unique cultural experiences, the best scuba diving, and the most fascinating fun facts. We are passionate about protecting the environment. We strive to tell the tales of our world, and to share ways in which we can become better stewards of the fascinating planet that we call home.
Sentosa Island has something for kids of all ages. The small island is covered in theme parks, water parks, and golf courses. It boasts several beaches where visitors can relax and enjoy a tropical seaside cocktail, world class dining, and even a casino.
Make the best of winter in Northern California and hop in a kayak to do some crabbing along the ocean shore. There really is nothing better than freshly caught dungeness crab!
Life in Monterey's kelp forest is diverse and abundant. The cold water brings a host of species not found in warmer waters. Giant sea bass, leopard sharks, colorful rockfish, lingcod, and countless varieties of macro creatures make this their home.
Like so many of Thailand's islands, Ko Phi Phi is a stunning sight to behold, with sheer limestone cliffs rising straight from the depths of the sea, hundreds of feet into the sky, capped with dense green jungle, and surrounded by turquoise waters and patches of snow-white sandy beaches.
A week of trekking with the Dani people through beautiful Baliem Valley in the highlands of Western New Guinea.
Walking through the streets of Hội An is like walking back in time. Rows of old shops and warehouses, lit with the warm glow from the traditional silk lanterns, lead down to the riverfront, once an important port city for commerce, it is now filled with wonderful trendy restaurants and bars where travelers can while away the hours over glasses of wine, cold beer, and Vietnamese food.
Diving in Candidasa truly is a world-class experience. The condition of the deep reefs rival anything else that I have seen inside the coral triangle of South East Asia. But these sites really are reserved for more experienced divers, as the combination of the unyielding currents and the relatively deep dives can be a bit challenging for beginners.
Like the rest of this energetic metropolis, Bangkok's Chao Phraya River attracts crowds of locals and tourists alike, providing transportation for residents and a glance at daily life around the khlongs for vacationers.
Raja Ampat has it all, manta rays on nearly every dive, black tip and white tip sharks buzzing you while you swim, huge schools of bump-head parrotfish, and barracudas.