Moalnoal Reef Club
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... considering average daily temperatures are 30 to 40 degrees C, but a definite way to make a positive impact. It's going to be very basic living conditions with no internet access on site but I will post an ipdate probably on my day off at the end of the week.
In the mean time feel free to google the project, they're a great company, and if you want to get involved they'll be looking for volunteers for months to come and will always happily accept donations.
... thought I'd put on new ones, mistake! Arrive all wet but thankfully the bags were dry. We are booked into Marios's Homestay. Book in our rooms unpack then the French told they were in the wrong room, they look at a room down stairs but princess isn't too impressed so I give them mine and I go down stairs, fine unpack again. Off we all go snorkelling, Nico sees 5 turtles, the Princess one and I none, he won't shut up. Back to room and find out we only have power from 6-9.30 ...
... with oatmeal and fruits. Originally I thought the included breakfast would be quite simple, but no... the oatmeal was topped with freshly cut mango, banana and pineapple. Big portion. Yum. My tummy was satisfied.
Walked back to our resort and get ourselves ready for the morning dive.
Mask and googles. --checked.
Underwater camera. --checked & ...
... dread! In some ways it's nice to
have a challenge after a few very lazy weeks and we are so pleased
and appreciative of how generous everyone's been – meaning we are
now only £115 off our £2000 target – fantastic!
had an early (5.30am) start, excited about another visit to the
friendly Butanding (whale sharks). After a short walk to the bus stop
we caught a Ceres Liner bus to Oslob, around an hour and a quarter
away. Once again ...
... agent, they are doing canyoning tomorrow and river climbing the day after, abseiling down waterfalls sounds cool but it's £40 each, we can't justify that, we leave it for now. We enquire about diving which the Polish guy said was great, maybe, but we can't keep diving really.
We wandered along the man made seafront, took a few pictures of the amazing sunset and then settled on a place called chillis which is ******* class. Easily the best bar we ...