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!
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... conjunction with how I felt, I got quite emotional actually. It was a weird feeling; having a good nights sleep, as I'd genuinely forgotten what that was like. I was now ready to take on the world! even if it was in the form of a small island.
First thing of course was my run, which was barefooted on sand, then some brekkie. Got chatting away to that Korean bird again and told her that ins tea of logging ...
... When we arrived, no-one else was there and we wanted to just crash for the afternoon before getting some sleep yet upon surfacing from our room around 6 in the evening, the bunk beds were occupied with about 12 guys, all from the same company, sitting and lying around in their boxers watching TV!! They were pleasant enough and after a brief chat we retired back to our room for an early night, very entertaining. The following day we were being picked up at 7, no idea ...
... backs and one of them even pinched me (hard) to get my attention. I knew we needed to get out of this situation quickly so chose a bus and started walking towards it, I looked behind me and soon realised that the Italian in Linda was unleashed and she was standing there arguing with each of the men! It took me quite some time to coax her into following me as she was getting very stressed by the situation! But it wasn't long before we were on a nice ...