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August 28, 2003

Off to Singapore

Filed under: Malaysia,Round-The-World-2003 — stephane @ 9:54 am

I just left around 11:40AM this morning from the Perhentians (Long Beach more exactly). I just did some snorkeling in the morning to take some more pictures underwater and managed to bump into another turtle. Later on, after packing and drying my gear, I took a fast boat to Kuala Besut (30RM) then a taxi to Kota Bahru shared with other travellers (28RM). I bought my train ticket to Singapore (48.5RM 2nd class sleeper upper bed) and I’m waiting around as it leaves at 7:50PM. I found an internet shop not far from the station and surprisingly it is extremely fast and cheap (2.5RM / hour) so I’m trying to keep up to date. I just have to deal with kids and adults fighting to get their speakers as loud as they can when playing Counter Strike, FIFA Soccer or just playing music. All this topped with screams all over the place.

August 27, 2003

Temple Of the Sea – Part II

Filed under: Malaysia,Round-The-World-2003 — stephane @ 10:02 am

I went back to Temple of the Sea. I could not leave without trying it again to take pictures with the camera and luck was with me as I had a flawless dive. I was diving with Frank, another french that just bought a Sony DSCP-10 in Singapore and who was in the Perhentians for vacations and a cool divemaster named James, he is a slow diver so all was good for us. Franck and I were very happy to dive with him. Conditions were slightly worse than last time but still it was awesome.

August 26, 2003

More about the Perhentian

Filed under: Malaysia,Round-The-World-2003 — stephane @ 4:30 pm

I first heard of this place when hanging out with people in Capetown. A Capetonian diver/backpacker told me about this place as a must-dive spot. Well he was not wrong, dives are simply amazing here if you’re lucky enough to dive in a good visibility (conditions are very changing).

Mullet Deep & Twin Rocks

Filed under: Malaysia,Round-The-World-2003 — stephane @ 4:22 pm

I did Mullet Deep in the morning with a visibility ranging barely from 2 to 15m and with 2 different thermoclines (basically we were freezing at the bottom). I managed to spot a giant eagle ray passing by over us despite the crappy visibility. In the early afternoon I went back to Twin Rocks. The first time I did it it was in about the same condition as Mullet Deep with a visibility well below 5m. Today however was simply amazing. Of course we were attacked by those nasty titan triggerfishes hanging around. In the late afternoon I went snorkeling in front of the beach and bumped into a green turtle that was kind enough to allow me to touch her belly and take loads of pictures. She did not seem to bother too much.

August 25, 2003

Temple Of The Sea

Filed under: Malaysia,Round-The-World-2003 — stephane @ 10:24 am

It was one of the best dive I have ever done, if not the best. We saw loads of fish all over the place (bamboo sharks, moray eels, giant moray, stingrays, triggerfish, parrotfish, anemonefish, scorpionfish, trevally, nudibranchs, and the usual suspects), good visibility, amazing soft corals. Simply stunning. Of course the camera was not working :shock:.

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