Watercolours Resort & Dive Centre
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SHM Wow, how did that happen?
JL It's a chat room man, that's what's meant to happen
SHM OK, fair point well made etc, so you've been sitting here waiting for..me?
JL Actually, no. I just arrived to this blank screen then within a second you typed hello.
SHM No ****, same here. Blank screen, didn't know the etiquette so just typed.
JL I think ...
... people would be paying £50 to do! Hah The Islands on first glance had clear water and coral sands but it's clear they have been influenced by tourists so much that I feel they aren't as idilic as they once were (then confirmed by a local and a picture of the bay in 2004 with 2 hotels and no boats!) What then happened was FUN soooooo we haven't been booking anyway before we arrive and it's been fine until now!!! So ...
So we was now doing our Advanced Open water to qualify us to dive to 30 metres, not only that it entails a lot of skills improvement from buoyancy to navigation using a compass and underwater search and recovery which was all pretty fun. We also did a wreck dive! Which was a great experience. There's a couple of wrecks of the coast of the island but the wreck we dived was called sugar wreck, a carrier vessel which was carrying sugar when it sunk in the late 80s. One of the main ...
... as many things as I can that I've seen but it was one hell of a display literally teeming with life everywhere and beautiful to see. Before we knew it we were whisked away to our final spot called Romantic beach. The final spot although not teeming with as much life as the lighthouse or the rarity of the sea turtles was brilliant all the same as it gave us our last blast of clown fish spotting with a beautiful big anemone that was home to half a dozen of the little ...
... articles which were suggesting that the Abu Sayaff and KFR were planting sleepers in the town of Semporna and in the island resorts so that they could report when the security patrols were away from their posts so that they could swoop in and strike. The Britsh Embassy now listed Pom Pom, Semporna and the surrounding islands on their 'Do not travel unless absolutely essential’ list, which meant even our insurance would be void if anything happened not that the ...