Magic Mountain Country Home
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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A sleep in this morning. Woke at 8.30 with a bit of a hangover. Bloody Arak!! Coffee and breakfast to start the day. We were fortunate enough to be able to see a movie about the reduced impact logging methods they use here. Very, very interesting. We then packed up for the long drive back to KK. Stopped at ...
... couple of km from where the bus dropped us off the previous day. We packed our bags and began to walk the hilly 1km back to the road plus the 2 to the park. Luck was on our side though as about 10 minutes into our journey we were offered a lift from some passing locals, travelling in the direction we were heading. They very kindly dropped us off right at the entrance of the park where we were able to store our backpacks before heading out ...
... picked up another couple, then drove up to Kinabalu park stopping at a small village along the way for a coffee and toilet stop.
The weather had changed by the time we reached this point, it had turned cold and foggy, so we were thankful for those warm jackets we had lugged around until now. for coffee and toilet stop, very cold. Probably looked a bit of a strange outfit as we still had shorts on!
We arrived and checked in at the park headquarters, then ...
... 10pm, all for £700. Mum thought she had come to an old persons nursing home as when we arrived they were doing chair-aerobics and running around the room, those would could run, the average must have been about 70!
They were very friendly and found us tobe as much amusing and came and chatted to us all.
Views up the mountain and down into the Valley were amazing - check out the ...
... College London and kempo (a martial art better than karate and judo, he told me) initiate. Our guide for the day was fast Eddie, a whippet of a Malaysian man who boasted an ascent then descent time of five hours. Not too shabby... Quickly it became apparent there was a divide in the group, with myself, Oscar and Megan setting a faster pace and the others lagging slightly. After a couple of kilometres, there was a flash rainstorm. ...