Singamata Adventures Semporna
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... others all came up it was clear what an amazing dive I had missed out on, great for Emma though as she saw 3 large devil rays and a school of 32 huge eagle rays! A lot of food once again followed and there was 2 more dives at Siamil where they saw lots of cool macro stuff including flamboyant cuttle fish and octopus'. While they dived I snorkelled which was ok but nothing compares to diving now especially when I know the stuff they had seen and ...
... and 30 odd turtles absolutely awesome. After the dive it was a back to the island for some cake before our 3rd dive down to the entrance of a huge cave system that goes under Sipadan island before ending up back at barracuda point. Then back to the island for lunch before starting our final dive. This dive was along the vertical wall that drops down to over 1000 metres, the day before a group had seen a school of hammerhead sharks out ...
... all you can eat so we took advantage) before heading out on our second dive. Our second dive was underneath a Oil rig just out to sea from Mabul island, the oil rig is actually a dive resort where people stay on the rig and get a lift down to dive underneath the rig. It's a great gimmick and original although it does look rather ugly from the island! It does make for a great artificial reef though and it was Another cool dive with some ...
... so the floor became soaking wet as well. It was quite funny!
Besides me there were two more foreigners in the bus and to our surprise, the bus driver stopped a few kilometers from the ferry terminal and told us to wait for another bus – no. 33. It was 8.00! The bus no. 33 showed up within 10 minutes, we hopped on and continued. We finally reached the ferry terminal at about 8.20, just on time.
From the very beginning we found the situation at ...
... get to the Island of Mabul off the coast and then on to Sipidan, one of the best dive sites in the world.
Up to now, we've thought that South East Asia was really safe with not many stories of people getting mugged or robbed. The first indication that this might no longer be the case was a guy behind us in the boarding queue in Kuala Lumpur telling us that we should be fine and not to worry about the kidnappings in Borneo although "you very handsome, so maybe you stick ...