Sunwing Resort & Spa
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... br> 14:30-15:16
Right off the bat saw a small ray and then 2 cuttle fish. One was camouflage and the other was green. Saw nemo (Clown Fish) swimming in the sea anemone. Saw large parrot fish, schools of barracuda, angel fish and tons of sea urchins. Also saw the cool looking purple sea star again. I guess there are no sharks at shark point. All the diving here has scared them away ...
... At the elephant camp there was also a rubber plantation so we learned how to tap a rubber tree, extract/collect the latex and then process it into rubber pads that are exported for transformation into all sorts of rubber products. Next stop was Wat Chalong, another Buddhist temple where at regular intervals massive explosions of fireworks went off to honour the Gods.The first time ...
... between what we had already paid for the Gecko infested bungalow, and the upgrade we had been staying in. Terry asked, on the basis of the reasons below, whether a deduction could be considered: 1) Cold eggs for breakfast every morning - TRUE 2) No Museli this morning - TRUE 3) I had cut my foot on the periphery of their land - NOT QUITE TRUE. His argument seemed a little weak, even to me, so I was absolutely GOBSMACKED when ...
... during high tide, and is basically like swimming in a pool surrounded by sheer cliffs. You jump off the front of the boat, and one of our guides, who was brittish kept joking with us about being American and said we could jump first to make sure it was deep enough. He was very friendly, and I really enjoyed his insight into SE Asia and the recent Russian influx. Next up was snorkeling with the ...
Up and at me early as we are to be picked up by the tour bus at 8 to visit the Phi Phi islands. We open the curtains and the monsoon rains are teeming down so it's a mad dash to the restaurant for breaky when the rain stops so we cross fingers it will stay that way for our day out. The bus picks us up and drops us at the Marina for our cruise. We pass a yacht that is half sunk in the bay. All the little islands jutting out of the ocean look from the distance like ships or houses they are ...