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... rocketroute Flight planning is that good ) approach control did an fine Job queuing the heavy arrival traffic on this very busy Airport. Ramp control parked my very close to an 67 almost underneath and I hope that the Pilot minds my little red bug underneath his wings when he taxies out. stripped & changed out my survival suit into shirt with epaulets right on the ramp which opens all doors in Asia without any ...
... delicious and they had everything...lots of fresh fish, homemade pasta made to order, desserts galore...you name it, they had it. And it was all so GOOD! We didn't linger long at dinner, though; Colin's developed an earache from the diving and the plane ride yesterday didn't help. I luckily brought an antibiotic prescription with me, so we went back to the room so Colin could get his first dose in. Luckily Dr. Barrie was a quick text message away ...
... and the other half stayed onboard. We then said that we wanted a beach so that we could go into the water and out again easityl. He had this wonderful idea of a beach. A small bit of corally sand about 30metres by 10metres covered in plastic bottles and rubbish and the water was quite cloudy. A couple of people tried to swim and snorkel there but couldn't see anything so we tried again. He then took us to a diving ...
... sea glimpses! The various tanks outside our 7th floor window are attached to scaffolding poles and to do with the water system, which has failed twice so far, the friendly room boy simply climbs out the window and tampers with this by the light of his mobile phone and it's all good again ...
... maybe they have some non-muslims
handling the pork side in the kitchen.
Off to the beach this morning for our first attempt at
snorkelling. Helen is more successful so we give her the snorkel that leaks the
least. There’s plenty to see in the fish line – in the afternoon we see a big
eel and a smallish shark! – and we note the colours for future reference. Small
black and yellow striped, blue and yellow longitudinally striped, ...