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... travelled a short distance to Manukan island.
This was a bigger island but because the tide was going out, we couldn't snorkel as much. Changed spots and found somewhere with a bit of shade as we were all getting burnt.
Alanna's and I went to one of the restaurants and ordered 3 mango juices, they took about 45 mins to make them, and not sure if they actually used fresh mango, they seemed to taste ...
... shops and a water closet had sprung up to satisfy a tourist demand and make a quick buck in the process. Still, there was something paradise-like about the small island and we quickly settled down on the beach to soak up the sun. After a couple of hours, we could no longer ignore the rumblings in the collective stomach. A noodle-based lunch was chowed down with ...
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I had a nice afternoon flight that day so was able to take in some of the islands and make my own way to the airport.
... I've ever seen! Richard followed me everywhere, I loved him and must admit I felt safer walking around on my own knowing he was there to protect me! After eating I walked the beach from end to end, watching the monkeys catching shellfish, great entertainment on a balmy tropical night and I sat near Richard as the sun set over the South China Sea. It was so beautiful and peaceful, I do feel so lucky to experience these things. At 7.30pm I joined the others for ...
... hour we wandered up the beach with Osman to find the monitor lizards; there were three large
ones, then a smaller one appeared, then another large one. They move fairly
slowly unless they get upset then they move very quickly and thrash their
tails; you don’t want to be standing too close when that happens. We got some great photos.
Back to the beach mats to dry off and top up the tan (or red) before we start our journey home tomorrow.