The group, including three Britons, said that they were still coming to terms with how close they came to death in a two-day ordeal in which they were plunged from one life-threatening crisis to another.

Having been swept away and “spun around” for 10 hours in shark-infested waters, they reached the beach of a remote island at nightfall, only to find it was inhabited by Komodo dragons, the world’s largest and most deadly lizards.

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