Redang Kalong Resort
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... we didn't have to wait for a table. We played Uno again, and then pottered down to the beach in the dark so that Ben and Lucy could play with their "Amazing Arrow Helicopters". You fire them up into the air with an elastic band and then they rotate all the way back down again. Ben has it down to a T and can fire his really high. I tried once and pinged my finger with the band, and John got a blood blister when he tried so I think we'll leave it to the ...
... rooms instead and explained how everything worked: the fan, the hot water and the mosquito plug. They run their resort off solar power, which was very expensive; the moral was: if you’re not in it, switch it off.
She left us to unpack our bags and Edd and I got our snorkel gear out for a little gander at the new reefs. I’d fixed our underwater pouch for the camera, having discovered shortly after purchase that it had a whole in ...
... Clarkes anemone fish, lots more clown fish, the fan tube worm and lots more wrasses, parrotfish and snappers In addition to the more exciting sights including the triggerfish and the map pufferfish. There were also lots more urchins.......I asked Shelley what their role is and she said they clean the ecosystem and eat the plankton and that when you sea the. At night their spikes are much longer as that is when they work.......as if they need to be any bigger!!! The dive went ...
... bed- lovely! The rest of the night was spent hearing squeaking and scuttling feet right by our heads. Hannah nearly gave Tom a heart attack when she screamed on one occasion after hearing a squeak close by. In the morning we realised the cheeky thing had also had a nibble of our soap.
We had a lie in after last ...
From Bali I flew into Kuala Lumpur, because I learned from the web that, by doing so, I am pretty well guaranteed a 90 day visa. Didn't want to take any chances. While in KL I could do some needed shopping, pick up my new Czech passport (quickly running out of empty pages), and pick up the rest of my belongings that I left at that cow's house here before I flew on to Sardine Can (Sandakan, Borneo), to start ...