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The very last full day of our trip. More rain overnight but the weather brightened up during the day. Today the sea was very calm and the visibility for snorkelling excellent. There seemed to be a greater variety of colourful fish to see and more of them. We were also able to see more of the soft corals and 'Nemo' fish. I saw another moray eel, this one was bigger and nastier.
Tomorrow we start the epic journey back to England via ...
... for a refreshing swim before walking back for lunch. We saw some of the flying squirrels, a couple of water monitor lizards, the sea eagle and a kingfisher.
Snorkelling in the afternoon. Melissa and friend went kayaking only to get covered on black oil. During the day a fair amount of oil was washed onto the beach and clung onto anything it could like the boats and jetties. Oil removed with petrol and lots of showers. Resort took pictures to send to the ...
... hospitality. Between us all we worked out a shift pattern so we all had the odd afternoon or evening off to save us all standing around the restaurant looking gormless.
What surprised us the most about this project is that we expected to be interacting with the guests to help out the staff who didn’t speak great English. No, what was expected was that we clear plates, wash glasses, dry dishes and keep the buffet stocked and if we so much as say good ...
... br> Final day and unfortunately rain but as we were pink anyway this probably prevented more damage. We had a long wait for the ferry so played vocable (a cheap imitation of scrabble) and were treated with incredible hospitality even though we had already checked out of our hostel.
On the ferry back to Mersing, feeling a little blue at leaving the Tiomans our spirits were lifted by a strange Japanese football v martial arts film!
On to Cherating!
... We both spotted a mahoosive Moray Eel this thing sunk everything we'd seen before in terms of size! It had a head the size of an Alsatian Dog - we observed from a distance :)
A perfect sunset and a great day 'under the sea' with the guys from Eco-Divers! Wreck dives come next.... ;)
We adore Tioman already - it's a beautifully understated and chilled out place - I hope the big boys stay away from this as long as feasibly ...