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We spent 3 days 2 nights at Avilion Admiral Cove during the last weekend.
Our friends joined us on the second day and we went on the cruise together.

The cruise can be booked at the hotel lobby and the availability also can be checked there.

It was quite fun as Rachel was steering the yacht out of the port. We were supposed to fish at Straits of Malacca. We were having too much fun taking pictures on the yacht.

However, a few of our friends were seasick so we had to cut short our cruise trip.

My friend was playing with my Samsung NX100 camera before he turned sea sick.
Though the cruise trip was short but it was still fun, few of us were sipping on our whisky while the rest were tired of over puking.

Then, we moved to the private beach by the hotel. It was hard to believe there is still white sandy beach in Port Dickson.

Posing on the “STORM” watersports.
While Rachel was sun tanning, my friends and I tried this watersport called the STORM. So there were 3 of us, riding on this STORM thing dragged to the sea with a speed boat and bounced on the water like no tomorrow. Trust me, it was fan but the impact was much greater than the banana boat. I flew up on the air probably like 6 feet high only with my arms clinging on. It was exciting!

After that, we played the beach football with a group of strangers. With my weight right now, it’s almost impossible to play straight down for 5 min. I guess it is time for me to lose some pounds. The game was good and everyone had fun until we were chased away by the rain.

We rested in our rooms until evening. We went out for seafood dinner near the hotel. The best thing about Avilion Admiral Cove is the strategic location. It is near many other hotels and resorts and also seafood restaurants.

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