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Sunday, October 12, 2003

Good-bye Diving... for now

My last two dives were close to the island (I had to get back in time to catch my ferry).
1. Dive: Table Coral City. It was a nice and relaxed dive and we saw some rare things: A Marble Flounder, which I almost couldn't spot (same color as the sand), a Mantas Shrimp who was completely out of its hole and a Giant Seahorse.
2. Dive: Hin Dot. This is one of the lesser well known dive sites on Koh Phi-Phi. We found an Egg of a Leopard Shark, a Scorpionfish. When we went a little deeper, we found a big fish cage, where a big Batfish and lots of Porcupine fish were trapped. Our divemaster opened the cage, and we hope that they found their way out.
Shortly after returning to the Diveshop, I took the Boat to Phuket. In Phuket Town I switched to the bus to Bangkok, which took 13 1/2 hours... it wasn't very comfortable.

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