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Does your website pass Google's mobile friendly test?  If not, as from today, you'll be missing out on valuable mobile traffic.  
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Luxury Diving Holidays

If money was no object, where would you go diving?  We've put together 5 of the most luxurious diving holidays (with the help of 'Diving in Style' Author, Tim Simond and +Original Diving ).   #scuba  http://bit.ly/1ndbmvN
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French Polynesia! 
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Automated sharing is a great time saver but be aware that items posted this way are penalised.  Facebook have just announced an algorithm change favouring posts which are manually added.  Taking a bit more time will give you better results.
Facebook’s News Feed algorithm is tweaked constantly to ensure a better experience for users (and a more profitable experience for advertisers). The company announced the latest major change today, as stories shared automatically from third parties will receive a lower … Continue reading →
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Where will this end???  Here's a quote from this link..... “Whether a woman is allowed to breathe or not be left up to her husband or male guardian, and no woman under any circumstance whatsoever should be allowed to decide whether she can breathe or not,”
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It's just so hard for me to fathom or wrap my head around this archaic way of thinking.
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It's National Penguin Day! I met this guy on Bolder Beach in South Africa - very cute :-(
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They are gorgeous and found on Boulders Beach - you tan and they waddle around you!
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Five years after ‘The Cove,’ activists are redoubling efforts to stop the slaughter.
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This just sickens me to no end....thanks for posting this.
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Hello Stories!  Nice touch Google.
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It's World Turtle Day! Hope this little guy is thriving since I took this photo on Lady Elliot Island :-) 
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Great photo!
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James Dyson Tackles Ocean Garbage

It takes an inventive mind to come up with a way to tackle plastic pollution at its source.  James Dyson has a plan..... http://ow.ly/vP9YZ  #oceans  
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This is such a waste of everything, and it is so easy to reuse these items or find better alternatives to begin with.
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More celebs supporting the #nosharkcull in Western Australia. Please share if you agree.
 
Actresses/Directors/Producers from the popular TV show Charmed, Shannen Doherty & Holly Marie Combs say, "No" to Shark Culling! and to become a Direct Action Crew Member! (DAC) 

http://my.seashepherd.org.au/dac

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If you have twitter please jump on and tweet to @DohertyShannen and @H_Combs to think them for their support and drop a message on their FaceBook pages above too! 

#noWAsharkcull #nosharkcull #SeaShepherd 
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All knowledge learned on the job, building an online scuba diving review website. If you need any digital help or advice, just get in touch.
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Winner of +ProBlogger's Great Barrier Reef Queensland Blogger Correspondent competition.
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Cirencester
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Surrey - Somerset - London
Lovely restaurant and gift shop. Everything is made on the premises and the service and presentation is second to none. On a hot day, sit at the back of the restaurant by the fountain. A cool breeze and the sound of water trickling is welcome relief. The apple strudel is exceptional!
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
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We've been going to the Vine Tree for years. There's always a warm welcome (and often a roaring fire) not just from Charlie and Tiggi but also from Clemmie, the black lab (who, I have to confess, I'm in love with :-). The food is consistently excellent and the menu changes regularly. Ingredients are sourced locally and the quality is top notch. Going to the Vine Tree is like going home - why would we want to go anywhere else?
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago