72 Hours at the World’s BEST Dive Resort! (Converted Oil Rig)

Sailing La Vagabonde
29 Apr 202433:49

Summary

TLDRJoin the adventure as the group sails into the stunning anchorages of Borneo, Malaysia, where they encounter both the beauty of the region and the challenges of legal paperwork. Despite threats of their boat being confiscated, they manage to stay afloat and look forward to an exciting week ahead. They are introduced to a unique hotel, a converted oil rig, which offers world-class diving experiences. The family enjoys the rig's amenities, including a dive that brings them up close with vibrant coral gardens and a diverse array of marine life. However, they also face a dilemma with provisioning and witness the destructive practice of dynamite fishing. The video ends with a teaser of an upcoming stressful sale and information about Vagabond Adventures' flotillas in Europe, inviting viewers to join in on the maritime fun.

Takeaways

  • 🌴 The group is in Borneo, Malaysia, enjoying a beautiful anchorage and facing some bureaucratic challenges with their boat's paperwork.
  • 🚒 They are threatened with having their boat compounded due to incomplete paperwork, but manage to resolve the issue in time.
  • 🏨 A friend hooks them up with a unique experience at a hotel that was once an oil rig, offering amazing diving opportunities.
  • 🀿 The group plans to dive at a renowned site called Zeraun, which is accessible only through the hotel's arrangement.
  • 🚒 Their crew member, Forest, is left to look after their boat while they dive, showing confidence in handling the responsibility alone.
  • πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘¦ The family dynamic is highlighted, with children involved in various activities like eating, playing, and even receiving presents.
  • 🌊 They discuss their experience with Wing foiling, a water sport that has been challenging but enjoyable for them.
  • 🍽️ A cooking mishap occurs where cake mix is accidentally used instead of a bean mix, leading to a humorous situation.
  • πŸŠβ€β™‚οΈ The importance of taking breaks from their maritime life by staying elsewhere is emphasized, as it rejuvenates them.
  • πŸ€— The crew of the dive rig are praised for their helpfulness and the family-friendly environment they provide.
  • ❌ The script mentions an unfortunate encounter with illegal fishing practices, specifically dynamite fishing, which is harmful to the marine ecosystem.

Q & A

  • Where is the group located at the beginning of the transcript?

    -The group is located in Borneo, Malaysia, having sailed into a beautiful anchorage in Southeast Asia.

  • What issue did they encounter with their boat?

    -They were threatened to have their boat compounded because they had not filed their paperwork to be there legally.

  • What is the exciting activity planned for the week ahead?

    -They have a dive planned at a site called Zera, which is considered one of the best dive sites in the world, and they will be staying at a hotel that was once an oil rig.

  • Who is left to look after the boat while the group goes to the dive site?

    -Forest, a crew member, is left to look after the boat while the rest of the group goes to the dive site.

  • What is the name of the dive resort that was originally an oil rig?

    -The dive resort is called SE Ventures dive rig.

  • What is the significance of Cidan Island and its surrounding marine habitats?

    -Cidan Island and its surrounding marine habitats were designated a UNESCO World Heritage site under the name Tunku Abdul Rahman Park in 2004.

  • What type of illegal fishing practice was mentioned in the transcript?

    -The illegal fishing practice mentioned is dynamite fishing, which involves detonating explosives underwater to kill or stun marine life for easy collection.

  • What health supplement does the speaker mention using daily?

    -The health supplement mentioned is AG1, which contains 75 vitamins and minerals to bridge the gap in their daily nutrition.

  • What provision issue did the group face while on the boat?

    -The group faced a shortage of food provisions on the boat, and the crew from the dive rig helped them by adding to their order to provide the necessary supplies.

  • What is the name of the company that offers flotillas and sailing adventures mentioned in the transcript?

    -The company mentioned is Vagabond Adventures.

  • What is the next big challenge the group anticipates facing?

    -The group anticipates facing a stressful sail during which they might damage their boat and lose all communication in a notorious Red Zone, pirate territory.

Outlines

00:00

🌴 Arrival in Borneo Malaysia and Legal Paperwork Issues

The video begins with a warm welcome to Borneo, Malaysia, where the group has arrived at a picturesque anchorage. They mention their boat being nearby and the stunning beauty of the location. However, they also discuss the bureaucratic hassle they faced, as they had not filed their paperwork to be in the area legally and were threatened with having their boat compounded. The group also talks about their upcoming plans, including staying at a unique hotel that was once an oil rig and diving at a renowned site called Zerna. They also mention leaving their boat in the care of their crew member, Forest, who is not overly concerned about being left alone.

05:01

🏨 Stay at the Dive Rig and Excitement for Upcoming Dives

The script describes the excitement of the group as they prepare to depart for a dive rig that was originally an oil rig and has been repurposed into a dive resort. They discuss the rig's history, its conversion to a dive resort, and the rich biodiversity of the area, which is a UNESCO world heritage site. The group is particularly excited about diving at a site called Barracuda Point. They also talk about the amenities of the rig, their comfortable accommodations, and the prospect of trying a 'rig jump' into the water from the rig.

10:04

🀿 Scuba Diving Adventures and Marine Life Encounters

The group shares their experiences of getting back into scuba diving after a two-year hiatus. They discuss their initial dive under the rig, which served as a refresher and allowed them to familiarize themselves with their equipment. The following day, they plan to dive at Cidan Island, going down to a depth of 30 meters. They express excitement about the prospect of seeing a variety of marine life, including a purple octopus and a cuddlefish. The group also talks about their love for free diving but acknowledges the necessity of using scuba gear for certain dives.

15:07

🌱 Discussing Nutritional Intake and Endorsing a Health Product

The script includes a discussion about the importance of maintaining a balanced diet, especially while being away from home and not in control of their food choices. The group endorses a health product called AG1, which is a nutritional supplement containing 75 vitamins and minerals. They explain how the supplement helps bridge the gap in their daily nutrition, particularly when they are unable to consume enough leafy greens and other nutrients. The group also provides a demonstration on how to prepare the supplement and mentions a special offer for viewers.

20:07

🏝 Exploring Local Islands and Enjoying the Dive Rig Facilities

The group talks about their experiences exploring a nearby local island and the various activities they engaged in, including a massage at the dive rig's bar. They share their observations about the marine life they encountered during their dives, such as turtles and coral reefs. The group also discusses the importance of sea turtles in maintaining the health of coral ecosystems. They express their satisfaction with the dive rig's facilities and the friendliness of the staff.

25:08

πŸŽ₯ Challenges of Filming Underwater and a Close Encounter with a Sea Turtle

The script mentions the challenges of filming underwater without professional equipment. The group had to rely on an old point-and-shoot camera provided by the crew. They share a memorable moment of encountering a sea turtle with eggs, highlighting the beauty of the underwater world. The group also discusses the decision-making process regarding their next dive, considering the risks and the depth of the dive.

30:11

🍲 Reprovisioning the Boat and Dealing with Local Fishing Practices

The group talks about the logistical challenges of reprovisioning their boat before setting sail again. They express gratitude to the dive rig crew for helping them secure the necessary food supplies. The script also touches on the issue of local fishing practices, specifically the illegal and destructive method of dynamite fishing, which has severe ecological consequences. The group expresses sadness and concern over this practice.

🚒 Preparing to Depart and Anticipating Future Adventures

The group discusses their plans to depart and the various tasks involved in preparing the boat for the next leg of their journey. They talk about the weather conditions and the need to wait for the right winds. The group also shares their experiences and observations from their time on the boat, including dealing with illness and anchoring challenges. They express excitement for their upcoming adventures and hint at a future episode where they will encounter significant challenges in a notorious pirate territory.

πŸ“’ Promotion of Upcoming Flotilla Events and Services

The video concludes with a promotion for Vagabond Adventures' upcoming flotilla events in the Mediterranean. Jack, from Vagabond Adventures, provides details about the dates, locations, and activities of the flotillas in Croatia and Greece. He also mentions the availability of catamaran and mono options, as well as the possibility of booking single cabins or entire boats. Jack invites viewers to visit their website or contact him for more information about their sailing certifications and coaching services.

Mindmap

Keywords

πŸ’‘Borneo Malaysia

Borneo Malaysia refers to the Malaysian part of the island of Borneo, which is located in Southeast Asia. It is known for its rich biodiversity and beautiful anchorages, making it a popular destination for sailing and diving. In the video, the narrator has sailed into an anchorage in Borneo, which they describe as one of the most beautiful in Southeast Asia.

πŸ’‘Anchorage

An anchorage is a sheltered location where ships, boats, or yachts can safely drop anchor. It is typically away from the open sea and is used when the vessel needs to stay in one place for a period of time. In the context of the video, the term refers to the stunning location in Borneo Malaysia where the boat is anchored.

πŸ’‘Paperwork

In the context of the video, paperwork refers to the legal documents and permits required for the boat to be in the anchorage. The narrator mentions they were still working on their paperwork to be there legally, which is a crucial aspect of ensuring compliance with local laws and regulations.

πŸ’‘Dynamite Fishing

Dynamite fishing is an illegal and destructive practice where explosives are used underwater to kill or stun marine life for easy collection. It is harmful to the environment as it destroys coral structures and disrupts ecosystems. The video mentions this practice as a negative occurrence in the area where they are diving.

πŸ’‘Scuba Diving

Scuba diving is a mode of underwater diving where divers use a self-contained underwater breathing apparatus. It allows for exploration and leisure activities underwater. The video's theme heavily revolves around scuba diving, with the narrator discussing their experiences and the marine life they encounter.

πŸ’‘UNESCO World Heritage Site

A UNESCO World Heritage Site is a landmark or area with legal protection by an international convention administered by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The video mentions Cidan Island and its surrounding marine habitats as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, highlighting its significance for biodiversity and conservation.

πŸ’‘Dive Rig

A dive rig, in this context, refers to a converted oil rig that now serves as a dive resort. It is where the narrator and their crew stay during their diving adventures. The rig provides access to top dive sites and is equipped with amenities for divers.

πŸ’‘Blast Fishing

Blast fishing, as mentioned in the video, is another term for the illegal practice of using explosives to fish. It is highlighted as a significant ecological issue in the area, causing long-term damage to marine life and coral reefs.

πŸ’‘Provisioning

Provisioning in the context of the video refers to the process of stocking up on food and other supplies for the boat. It is an essential part of preparing for a long journey or staying in one location for an extended period. The crew arranges for food provisions to be delivered to the boat.

πŸ’‘Red Zone

A 'Red Zone' in the video refers to a notorious pirate territory that the narrator and their crew are about to enter unknowingly. It implies a high-risk area where safety and communication could be jeopardized.

πŸ’‘Vagabond Adventures

Vagabond Adventures is likely the name of the sailing or travel group that the narrator is a part of. The video script mentions upcoming flotillas and sailing events organized by Vagabond Adventures, indicating it is a company or organization that plans and coordinates such trips.

Highlights

The group has sailed into one of the most beautiful anchorages in Southeast Asia, Borneo Malaysia.

They encountered issues with legal paperwork, leading to threats of their boat being compounded.

A friend hooked them up with a unique hotel, a converted oil rig, offering dives to an acclaimed site.

They plan to leave their boat under the care of their crew member, Forest, while they dive.

The week ahead promises exciting adventures, including diving at a site reputed to be one of the best in the world.

The group's daily routine includes brushing teeth, even in challenging conditions.

A child named Lenny shares his favorite activity, which is eating, during a playful interaction.

The narrator reminisces about 'Dangerous Dave' and the monotony of eating the same food, like oats, for days.

Wing foiling is a new activity that the group is trying to master, with mixed results and lots of fun.

A cooking mishap leads to a wrap being served with cake mix instead of a bean mix, causing confusion.

The importance of breaking the monotony of maritime life with a change of scenery is emphasized.

The group is excited about their upcoming stay at the dive rig and the opportunity to dive at Cidan Island.

The dive rig was originally an oil platform built in the 1980s and repurposed into a dive resort.

Cidan Island is a UNESCO world heritage site, renowned for its rich biodiversity.

The group extends their stay at the dive rig due to the amazing experiences and sea life encounters.

They discuss the importance of nutrition while being on the dive rig, highlighting their use of AG1.

The group explores a local island and enjoys a massage at the rig's bar, indicating the diverse amenities available.

A significant dive at Super Dan provides memorable experiences with an abundance of sea life.

The group accidentally leaves behind their underwater dive housing for the camera, leading to a creative filming solution.

The crew on the rig helps the group with provisions, showcasing their helpfulness and the rig's resourcefulness.

The group learns about the illegal and destructive practice of dynamite fishing in the area.

The group faces a dilemma with light winds affecting their departure plans, highlighting the unpredictability of sailing.

A stressful situation unfolds as they prepare to depart, foreshadowing an upcoming challenge with their boat.

Transcripts

00:04

hey guys how's it going everyone welcome

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to Borneo Malaysia our boat is just

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behind us here somewhere we've sailed

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into one of the most beautiful

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anchorages at least in Southeast Asia

00:16

yeah perhaps the Milky Way so stunning

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and we actually were still working on

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our paperwork to be here legally they

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threatened to compound our boat

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yesterday it was just they banged into

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the side of the boat and started

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demanding paperwork and I was right off

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off it yeah but we forgot to file our

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paperwork wasowski you didn't file your

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paperwork last night you forgot to F

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your paperwork last

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night uhoh no smacking Lenny don't hit

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your brother with this wooden spoon the

00:47

week ahead is going to look so so

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awesome a friend of a friend hooked us

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up with this hotel that was once an oil

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rig they've converted it into back on

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the rigs amazing dive hotel and we're

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going to get to dive zeran which we keep

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hearing was the best dive site in the

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world and the only way to see it is by

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staying at this like rig so they can

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take us to the site and we're going to

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leave our boat here with Forest our crew

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he's going to look after the boat he I

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would say isn't freaking out enough

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about being left on the boat by himself

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he's like yeah I got this especially if

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we're not allowed to be here we will as

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of this afternoon but Riley and I the

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kids and Ellie we're all going to go out

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to this rig and then afterwards once we

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dive and we're satisfied we're going to

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set safe again yeah exciting exciting

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times ahead we got to wait for easterly

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wind so we can head north for the

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sailors out there that's that's one of

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the things that we're doing at the

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[Music]

01:51

moment are you brushing your

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teeth people have been asking if you

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still brush your teeth in the dingy and

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here is

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[Music]

02:04

good morning and what's your name d how

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old are you five no how old are you two

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yeah and who are you I'm F what's your

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name Lenny and what's your favorite

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thing to do my favorite thing to do is

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eat

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eat this is true

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let's dig you want to dig a hole and I

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have another present they just brought

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me a present Mommy why is it broken not

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every Banana's perfect have a

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bite

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banana oopsies show me a banana happy

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[Music]

03:04

I used to work with a guy called

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Dangerous Dave and every single day here

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you go oh salad rolls

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again chipper chipper will know what I'm

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talking about every morning now I'm like

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oh oats again and they're so good it's

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been like you're the only one who's

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getting sick of them but it's been it's

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been like 16 17 days in a row and now

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when I see him I have this unconscious

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involuntary response where my lip goes

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like like my top lip girls up I'm not

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looking forward to this at all they're

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not pling oats look at it you got a

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whole variety there's like

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CH pumpkin seeds salanas this

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[Music]

03:54

yeah just stood up for the first time

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ground that look good

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[Music]

04:01

if you watched the hourong episode we

04:03

dropped last week you'll be aware that

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Forest has convinced Riley and I to give

04:08

Wing foiling ago so for weeks now we've

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just been trying to master the foil part

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and it's been a lot of salt water up the

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nose but mostly really fun

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[Music]

04:35

that's ridiculous that was

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[Music]

04:42

sick what's happened for us so what have

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you done here that looks horrible we H

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just come back Ellie's cooked up and um

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it looked like wraps the salad and then

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I thought it was Bean mix over here and

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now as I've just seted it up everyone

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tells me it's actually cake mix so got a

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wrap with cake mix on it he's combined

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like tuna with cake mix

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e what are we going to do that's

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unsalvageable I reckon oh man the cookie

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dough by itself though is

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amazing mommy yes I said that was an

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accident and then say I don't want to

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get accident and say poop and poop and

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poop and then I say that's AC that was

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an accident no here you go here you

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go as we geared up to depart for the rig

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tomorrow morning the excitement was

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palpable spending months at Sea on our

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boat we've discovered the importance of

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occasionally breaking the monotony by

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spending a few nights elsewhere this

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brief change of scenery inevitably

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rejuvenates us allowing us to return to

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our Maritime life refreshed newly

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inspired and ready to embrace New

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Perspectives R everyone wants to to know

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about your finger is it recovering well

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it wasn't sore I think it was really

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deep and then now it's like gr back

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enough that the nerve endings are back

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and now it's actually really painful

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where it wasn't

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before I don't remember that toy I don't

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remember I'm

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sorry hello

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[Music]

06:37

okay I'll hop

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on bye Forest just out couldn't I yeah

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you could the B is gone never to be

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heard of again no wait in the curg

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yeah guys have fun seriously thanks far

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that's all right see you Dar see you

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lady

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07:06

from where we'd anchored La Vagabond the

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speedboat to the dive rig was only an

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hour there weren't any protected

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anchorages for La Vagabond closer to the

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rig so we were really grateful to the

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crew of SE Ventures dive rig to agree to

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come and pick us up all the way out

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[Music]

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here what's that Lenny

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[Music]

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then when we get close you do you

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say there's light is everything coming

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back to you from the oil rig

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days

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wow yeah I on the hook

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mate in there you

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see helloo

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07:59

welcome wa how was that for a

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like stop originally built in the 1980s

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by the Japanese national oil company for

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offshore exploration and drilling this

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rig was repurposed as a dive Resort by

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the Malaysian government in 1997 opening

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to guests in 1999 in 2004 to protect the

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areas Rich biodiversity diving visits

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were actually limited by 2012 cidan

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Island along with its surrounding Marine

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habitats was designated a UNESCO world

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heritage site under the name tunku Abdul

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Ramen park today SE Ventures dive rig

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offers access to the Region's top dive

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sites featuring stunning Coral Gardens

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intriguing caves and the renowned

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Barracuda point we felt really lucky to

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be in such a unique part of the world

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we'd made it to the coral

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[Music]

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triangle we walk around I give you a

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briefing something just so on the first

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floor we have uh you want to do some

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workout just make sure please do not do

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your workout right after finish diving

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yeah at least 1 hour but my

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recommendation is 2 or 3 hours after

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diving ping pong table and we also have

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if you like some Ma I'm sorry this one

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we have we also

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have mostly this one is is yeah our

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guest room yeah okay this is your room

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afraid to look inside oh

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amazing

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wo it's huge I was not expecting that

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man

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what oh my God stop look there hmic and

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stuff out

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there how

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cool people jump off this yes what jump

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off then really 20 how many M has anyone

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hurt themselves uh so far

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no if you want to do the rig jump first

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thing first what you need to do let us

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know first so we can assist you we can

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get ready standby or so on something

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like that I was actually going to say

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this rig is so much more family friendly

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than the rig we went and stayed on off

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the coast of Charleston you might

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actually remember this old episode of

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ours when we decided to take on at the

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the frying pan Tower which is 334 Mi off

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the coast of North Carolina in the

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Atlantic Ocean there we Face challenges

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of a tumultuous sea encountered robust

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Marine creatures and dealt with the

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memorable moment where I was hoisted up

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with Baby Darwin strapped to my chest

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I'll link that episode in the comments

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below if you want to watch it later I

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can't believe that jump though you going

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to do it I don't know we're doing

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it we are so happy with this

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accommodation our room is huge Lenny

11:02

even has his own bed so Riley and I are

11:04

going to be first in the water we're

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about to go select all of our gear and

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do our first dive just to get familiar

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with scuba again because it's been we

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lied we said it's been a year but it's

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actually been more like two since we've

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last scuber I'm a Dive Master rally has

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his dive instructors we gave up scuba a

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long time ago when we found a love for

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free diving because it is what it sounds

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like it's very freeing less gear we like

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the challenge of just going on breath

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hold feels more like a sport but anyway

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this is the perfect reason to be using

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scuba because there's some amazing sea

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life super deep in superan we've

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actually already extended our stay

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another night because I feel like

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hey let's go yeah yeah yeah yeah let's

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go we got here and we're like oh my gosh

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this place is

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awesome sorry Forest but can we stay

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another night

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I feel like such a fraud or like such an

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impostor even though I've done hundreds

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of Dives but I just

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feel cuz we haven't done it for ages I

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know I don't know who I am I've

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forgotten everything yeah legitimately

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there's not one thing that I

12:26

remember we felt quite a sense of relief

12:29

that our initial dive would take place

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directly under the rig allowing us to

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explore the reef and the artificial

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structures that put in place this

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provided us an excellent opportunity to

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familiarize ourselves with our equipment

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again review our safety protocols and

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fine-tune our buoyancy control at a

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comfortable depth this was crucial

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preparation because tomorrow we were set

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to dive at cadan Island venturing down

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to a depth of 30 m it was impressive to

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witness the Ingenuity of this dive

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site's artificial reefs seamlessly

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integrated into the seabed around the

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rig these man-made structures designed

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to mirror natural reefs serve as vital

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sanctuaries for a diverse array of

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marine life in an otherwise uncertain

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ocean environment the vibrant Coral

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Gardens and the multitude of wreef fish

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thriving within them were honestly a

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remarkable site

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13:57

I'm it do you you guys want to know what

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we saw while we Dove yes do you know we

14:03

saw Darwin do you know we saw a purple

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octopus and a cuddlefish what is a

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cuddlefish you know the big shells you

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know the things on the beach that you

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find like this that's the inside of a

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cuddlefish we saw it looks like an

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octopus but not really and we saw an eel

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we saw an eel like a

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big like a big snakey eel but it was an

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octopus it was really big no I saw an

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octopus yeah it was it was sleeping like

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this Mommy I can

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come it so annoy I will I was actually

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so surprised by the amount of sea life

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we saw almost everything if there was a

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dolphin and a shark and a whale but

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there were all the mammals we would have

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seen everything what do you see good

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moving really

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fast Ellie's going for a dive

15:00

hey guys welcome to my Hummock we're so

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happy to rock ag1 over and over again

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cuz we do drink ag1 every single day for

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a whole bunch of reasons like we're out

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here on a dive rig and we're not really

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in control of what we're eating so we

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might not get all the leafy greens and

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nutrients that we need each day and ag1

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is it's based on science it's what

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scientists indicate is essential for

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human health and it contains 75 vitamins

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and minerals so this is like our daily

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dose it's what Bridges the Gap in our

15:31

daily nutrition and it tastes nice which

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is the most important thing don't let

15:34

the green color scare you this is

15:36

actually one of their travel packs which

15:38

is super handy we just came here with

15:39

enough to last us the few days that

15:41

we're here and I'm going to show you how

15:43

to make it okay so it's just one scoop

15:45

or one travel pack for every 8 oz of

15:47

water and you just shake it I like it

15:50

with a bit of ice in there and lemon

15:52

I've just got some cold water

15:53

here go on other days where we have to

15:56

shop around for all the different supp

15:59

you're supposed to take in here like I

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said a 75 vitamins and minerals and

16:03

Whole Food soured ingredients there are

16:05

antioxidants stress adaptogens it

16:07

supports your gut health with pre and

16:09

probiotics and also brain function a lot

16:11

of people ask what it tastes like it's

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it's got little hints of vanilla I think

16:15

and between an apple or a pineapple so

16:17

yeah if you guys are looking for a

16:18

really easy way to up your health this

16:20

year drinking ag1 is a really easy Habit

16:23

to get into and today they're actually

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going to give you five of their travel

16:27

packs for free I'm going to pop the link

16:28

in the the description box below and a

16:30

year supply of their vitamin D3 and K2

16:33

drops all with your first purchase it

16:35

comes in such a beautiful box it's

16:37

really exciting to get and they also

16:38

have a sick corduro hat that I really

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want where are we

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going you

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J cu about the nearby locals Island

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Ellie and I decided to take the boys

17:02

ashore for a change of scenery meanwhile

17:05

we left Riley behind to enjoy a massage

17:07

at the rigs bar they really had thought

17:10

of everything over

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here don't mind the rubbish behind you

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but um how are your Dives oh um yeah

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incredible saw so much nice Coral um I

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saw a turtle which is like this big yeah

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it was amazing just getting the feel for

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it again yeah I saw loads of things o

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and loads of fish I couldn't tell you

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what we and what do you think of the rig

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the rig is incredible yeah I've never

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stayed anywhere like that before so um

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different but like really comfortable

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and everyone's super friendly so yeah

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yeah great for the kids as well so much

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space yeah you're

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right found some rather interesting

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things didn't we Lenny

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I don't know if you be a he the wind but

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how's your massage that is the best

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massage I've ever had So Good by a mile

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she was so

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good goodd night I don't want to sleep

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with Mommy

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I want it mommy you want Mama to sleep

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with me yeah I know but it's you man

18:35

Lenny jump over

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here morning

18:40

everyone so I think that is our dive

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boat there it's 5:30

18:46

a.m. going out to Super Dan today really

18:50

feels like we're on holiday you have to

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hold it down

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look this is a turtle Trail came up here

19:04

to lay eggs last night cidan island is

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home to several species of sea turtles

19:10

including Hawks Bill and green turtles

19:12

these Turtles play a vital role in

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maintaining the health of the coral

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ecosystems as they feed on sponges and

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other invertebrates helping to control

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populations and promote Coral growth

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between rally and me we've completed