From Beach Babes to Water Babies

It’s official, we even have Dive log books, that’s right we are now fully fledged Open Water Divers! Over the past week we’ve been donning fins and mask and delving (falling backwards off… Continue reading

Garachico

On the North West coast of Tenerife lies the historical town of Garachico. Once buried underneath lava after a volcanic eruption  the inhabitants built the town again and it rose above the ashes. Nestled below a… Continue reading

Hug in a Mug

To kick start the day with a coffee is in most people’s morning rituals, that daily shot of energy to widen the pupils and prepare one for a day of errands. For me,… Continue reading

The Teide Challenge

The feeling one gets when about to climb a 12,200 foot volcano rising from a 30mile wide volcanic crater, is one of angst, fear, and utter ‘I-can’t-effing-wait’ness. As we drove the short distance… Continue reading

Trigger Finger

We would like to introduce a new addition to Prichard&Daly… a DSLR. Let the photo taking commence. Taken on our new Nikon D3200 (Not the camera feautured in the photograph) B

Are You Reggae?

“Some people feel the rain. Others just get wet.” ― Bob Marley The atmosphere of a reggae festival frees the mind, gets people together and celebrates purity of music and freshness.  It’s about unification. The constant… Continue reading

OceanFest

 

View from our office.

It’s no skyscaper view but it’s our idea of paradise from our office. Captured on a GoPro HD Hero2.

Casio

It’s been 2 months, 1 week, 1 day, 2 hours and 5 minutes since I embarked on this adventure. Some great additions have been made to my life, a new found sense of… Continue reading

Turtle Attack