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Malaysia - D&J Go Underwater

Location: Sipadan, Malaysia

We hired an underwater camera for a day, and took some pics, well lots of pics actually. Seeing as diving has been a large part of travelling over the past 2 months, and with this our only opportunity to show any pics, this is the first of 3 pages of photos.

Come out, come out where ever you are

"Wave for the camera Jo" Oh yeah, you can't talk underwater "Just try and hang limply then, there you go, perfect"

This is a Sweetlips, (you should see how cute they are when they're young)

Looking up, wall of coral and rock on the right, other divers above

Look at this, a Manta Ray, it was at 35-40 meters, and had a wing span of 4-5 meters. It was mental to see it, and took my breath away

Again, looking up you can see fishes (I'm assured fishes is a word to describe multiple fish of different types)

A school of Bat fish

Manta Rays are rare in Sipadan, it was the first time our divemaster had seen one in the 2 years she had been diving there. What a day to have hired the camera.

Soldier Fish

Come up to 5 meters and the sun makes everything look pretty

A sleeping Hawksbill Turtle, sorry about the flash mate;)

It's me, not sure what I'm doing



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"Wave for the camera Jo" Oh yeah, you can't talk underwater "Just try and hang limply then, there you go, perfect"

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Come out, come out where ever you are

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Looking up, wall of coral and rock on the right, other divers above

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This is a Sweetlips, (you should see how cute they are when they're young)

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Again, looking up you can see fishes (I'm assured fishes is a word to describe multiple fish of different types)

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Look at this, a Manta Ray, it was at 35-40 meters, and had a wing span of 4-5 meters. It was mental to see it, and took my breath away

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Manta Rays are rare in Sipadan, it was the first time our divemaster had seen one in the 2 years she had been diving there. What a day to have hired the camera.

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A school of Bat fish

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Come up to 5 meters and the sun makes everything look pretty

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Soldier Fish

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It's me, not sure what I'm doing

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A sleeping Hawksbill Turtle, sorry about the flash mate;)