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... will hurt! I saw many of these, they are really pretty fish, just need to keep your distance and you will be alright. I saw some eels, turtles, trumpet fish, etc. The water is really warm too.
The resort is nice, it is really for diving so perhaps do not come here if you just want to bathe in the sun because the beach is not that pretty. However, if you want to snorkel and/or dive, this is the spot. The fee includes all the meals (all you can eat) and it is generally ...
This day I did decide to do something hehe, I could take a tour up to the Canopy walkway, but I really didn't feel like it. I can walk, I can follow signs, so I decided to do it on my own. That was a good choice, I liked it. I could determine my own pace, which isn't really fast, I could take pictures where ever I wanted and I could simply enjoy myself. I was kinda scared for leeches though, but I haven’t seen any all day long!
After like an 45 minute walk, my pace ...
... to move if anyone dies. The men back in the days used to live much longer as they live off the forest , but now with all the modern amenities comes in like smoking, drinking, fast food can food took a toll on the villagers life by cutting them short from 100 years down to 50 years. Our guide then go on and showed us how the blow pipes are made from bamboo and the dart is made from palm stem. All the materials needed are found in the forest including glue, ...
... There were a few hairy moments in the taxi back to Kuah as the driver had to slam the brakes on because there was cattle grazing from the verges, which weren't for moving.
I spent my last night wandering around Kuah, through the parc and along the small beach, which was a great place to watch the sun set behind the hills. While out walking, I saw the ultimate man-hobby. In a car park beside The waterfront there was a racetrack for remote ...
... all trying to push their way into thr cave. The dive master, Red, later reinforced how rare this was. It's the equivalent of a yankee rocking up in Kruger expecting to see a leopard kill on his first game drive. We got LUCKY! It was all round an incredible day. We quickly lost count of how many sharks, turtles and napolean wrasses we'd seen. Richard was often hidden from my view behind a swirling school of travelli. We grinned and grinned. We then spent 2 days recovering ...