Emma Hoareau

Emma Hoareau
September 26, 2014



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Cute things because it’s Friday afternoon.
It was turtle season when we visited Six Senses Con Dao in early August.
One thing I didn’t expect to be doing during our time there was getting up at the crack of dawn
to help newly born turtles make their way back into the sea safely.
They aren’t just prey for birds and animals there, but also some of the people… seriously. We
were told how even though turtles can carry a lot of disease, it’s still believed in Vietnam that
they help cure illness. I even saw one being carved on the street. It’s really sad and it’s so important
to keep supporting conservations that give them the best chance of surviving, and why I’m so glad
Six Senses does that.