Slam'S Garden Resort
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... being treated to the Mandarin fishes mating dance and sitting on the seabed, torches off whilst we swished the water, in doing so igniting the phosphoresent plankton.
Thresher sharks are pelagic fish and typically live at round 100m below sea level. Monad Shoal is a natural cleaning station with a flat top around 25m down and it is here that Thresher sharks come at dawn. Similar to our Orang-utan encounter, our first glimpse of a 3m ...
... there cute faces on the photo anyway. Time flies, at the time I realized it's dark around me I turned on my flashlight and we swim around to see some other great stuff. Huge crabs, octopussy's, tiny seahorses ( we saw a pregnant male!!! seahorse) are getting in action and most fish find a place to sleep, they really lay down between or underneeth the corals. Beautiful ....just check out sometimes where the other are! it's black dark!
For the ...
... for some food. The town was not so sleepy when we were there as it was fiesta time and the town was preparing everything for a two day long party, everyone was in good spirits and friendly and there was a huge hustle and bustle about the streets so to walk through it upon arrival was quite exhilaratingi!
A nice evening in the bar playing cards and we were asleep in minutes...the following day was planing time. So as previously mentioned, Malapascua is ...
... the best nights sleep we had had in a while.
Malapascua is a small island, it has one main beach and dotted along here are a few bar/cafes and guesthouses. There are palm trees lining the shore and lovely soft sand and turquoise water. It is an amazing place to relax, yes you will get the children coming to try and sell you something, but they are also very good at recognising you so will not pester if they have spoken to you before. The main draw ...
My apologies for not posting in the past 3 weeks! It's been very busy around here, and responding to emails, planning what I'll be doing in the coming month and a halfish time, studying all my divemaster stuff, and of course diving, writing here has kind of taken a back seat. Now I find myself with some downtime so I figured I'd write some posts. The time since the Pacquiao fight has absolutely flown by! With no more days off since that one, I've either been assisting on some ...