Spheredivers Homestay & Scuba Diving
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... laid her eggs (can take 1-2 hours to complete) she covers them with sand and conceals the site of the nest. By doing this they create "dummy" nests which trick the predators.
There were other turtles also laying their eggs (30-50 come per night in the high season) but they only show you one because they don't want to disturb any more.
We were then lead to the hatchery where we saw them burying the 30 eggs she'd laid (but we missed). They ...
... Unfortunately nothing came up from the depths to check us out but it was still worth taking the chance, with our guide Max scrunching and rubbing an empty plastic bottle to try and entice some curious critters! Most importantly we made it back to the wall without any problems each time as the currents can be strong and sweep you too far around the small island so that your compass bearings are rendered useless.
The scenery on the dives is ...
... of the sea or along the shoreline in Semporna.
KJC is basic as well although I have my own room that I can stand up in, an ensuite (rather too grand a description for bathroom tacked on the side), a choice of three beds to sleep in (I went for the one in the middle :) ) and a fan. The staff are friendly and very good at pointing out wildlife. There was just myself and a mother & daughter from Melbourne the first day and a Canadian couple the second ...
... Kinabalu. Unfortunately WWF wouldn't help so we had to get her to the mainland ourselves by begging a ride for her on the resort boat. Then a turtle wildlife foundation collected her from Semporna to take her to KK. Cecile travelled with her and is catching the night bus back. Meanwhile we got a couple of dives in which takes me from 17 when I arrived to 39 (with hopefully one more this morning).
... was out to Kapikan which is about a 45min boat ride away and appears to be in the middle of the sea. There is the most beautiful reef at about 4m under water in the middle of the sea. It truly is amazing but I don't have any photos as that is a work dive where we collect coral that has broken off naturally but is still alive.
The third was out to North Tip which is the most bombed area of the island and where we took the coral and tied it to the ...