Hotel Ming Star
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... on boards on the wall, we could only choose between 4 dishes. Why they hadn’t put ‘sold out’ or a line through basically everything else, was a mystery.
We then went back to our resort, showered, I packed my bag, Edd did a bit of washing (by hand) and then we had a rest on our bed, Edd had an afternoon nap and I sat and blogged. He’d shown be a program on Apple Mac’s for video editing, so I sat ...
... some truly magnificent fresh seafood.
The following day was a rare ‘lazy day’ where we snorkelled in the morning and then I took the dinghy out for a fish while Ginette lazed about and even napped (margaritas were THAT good!). The fishing was poor but it was great to be out on the water seeing all the action of birds, fish and boats on the azure blue water. In the afternoon we managed to rouse up Fi and Jan and Monique and went around the corner to a truly ...
... Dan found a turtle hiding under an overhang of coral and we have seen baby sharks and clown fish as well as fish in all colours and varieties. This morning we saw two turtles mating on our way to turtle bay where we then saw one giant turtle and swam with two baby turtles. It's been fantastic to relax here with the benefits of both beautiful nature and also air con in a comfy bedroom when the sun gets too much - no bites either! Dan has been busy making friends ...
... a little contradictory to use such a logo when the state currently remains unable to regulate the consumption of endangered turtle eggs - see my earlier post here.
Perhaps I am starting to get a little carried away on the subject of conservation, and turtles in particular, but it seems I'm not the only one who feels this way - see recent article: http://www.turtleconservationsociety.or g.my/sale-of-turtle-eggs-makes-mockery- of-conservation-efforts/
... and down a meter relative to the dock and it was tricky to time our leap on to the boat while carrying our luggage at the same time. We secured a seat and donned lifejackets. The speedy ride was bouncy, rough, and exciting. It was exciting because it wasn't rough enough to be dangerous. Blue sky and rainbows emerged as we crossed the strait.
Sleepy Taxi to KT
It was a five minute walk to the roadside where the bus ...