Redang Bay Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... visibility, the water was still more clear than any I had ever seen and after going to a total of 4 spots, we were dropped back off at our resort for the rest of the day. We were all exhausted from a long night and day of travel so within a few minutes of finishing dinner, we all retired for the night.
We had another snorkeling trip the next morning which proved to be better than the day before, certainly highlighted by being able to swim with a few ...
... rocks of T3 at twenty or so metres it was easily manageable. T3 is known more for it's fun 'swim throughs' and macro life, so the lack of visibility didn't effect the dive. Chantelle felt comfortable enough with us to lead us through some of the narrowest tunnels I've experienced. It was great fun and a real test of our skills, but at times it was a little unnerving hearing the grinding of huge boulders being pushed around by the current (something Chantelle had pre-warrned ...
... to far on my own. The problem was, of course, that our masks created tunnel vision, so he did not see me to his left and accidentally knocked my mask and snorkel off my face; I had attempted to breath in, but instead of air, swallowed a large amount of water instead. I then proceeded to vomit it all back up, right there in the middle of the ocean. He held me up until I was done; I repositioned my mask and snorkel again and we were off. It was definitely a first for me, ...
... long. A black tip shark so he didn't want to eat me! Trust me he would have had a clump around the head with the go pro if he did, and I'm sure my posey of fish would have helped! Scott jumped out after he seen this one because his mask was hurting, adrenaline was kicking in now so I followed our merman to find some more, we seen another two but the one swam directly underneath me and had a rounded nose not a pointy one, and he was a bit bigger than the others we had seen. It ...
This is apparently a highlight of the trip, a 25 minute boat ride out to some simple accommodation on a relatively basic and un-commercialised island... the only problem is, we have 6 days to go, and we have all got a taste of independence, shoving us in shared accommodation (4 to a room, 2 in bunk beds), and most people have just come off beach week where they paid a lot less and got a lot more has annoyed most ...