Utopia Dive Village
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... I'd probably have a fair few photos. The first thing we saw was that the toilets were basically a load of portaloos on the back of a cargo ship, and you had to pretty much abseil up and down the back of it to get to them. This was going to be a fun night. Sunjam itself was actually really really good; the sound and lighting setup was immense, great visuals, and the music was a nice surprise – a mix of good techno and house pretty much all night, ...
... America mostly had moved in and bought the beach properties as retirement residences and some had used them as tourist accommodation to offset their costs.Nevertheless it is a lovely outlook with a pool and comfyvrooms and we foundvout meals all available if required. Two other couples had booked as well for today. Relieved and needing to recover and rest the rest of the afternoon we spent relaxing, having a swim and meeting the other couples, one coe ...
... at the island time speed of life. The days are filled with boat trips, diving, snorkeling and lots of sun.
I expect to be here into early May, while Indira is planning on heading to Vancouver soon, to spend a few weeks with friends and family before we meet up again for some road tripping. For now though, driving is a foreign concept as we laze our days away in the sun, chase whale sharks and play in the sea..
... past us, but the most rare creature we saw was a seahorse. I genuinely believed it was dead, as it was just hanging on some stick, but apparently its what they do, just hang out. My favourite fish was the box fish, it just looked so strange, too strange to be a living thing, let alone a fish, but I saw it, and it exists!
As the whole group passed the exam, we all went out for drinks on our last night. There was a ...
... I remained calm but could see the only option was to bolt to the surface and breathe. As I surfaced and sucked in air I could see Mike, a Canadian guy had also done the same thing.
After resting for a full five minutes on the surface I got all my equipment back on and returned to the sea bed. Let's start again! This time everything went much better, when we felt we were getting short breath we signalled to stop, rest and re-establish the rhythm.