Magic Mountain Country Home
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ranau
... including 326 birds and around 100 mammal species,and over 110 land snail species.
Located on the west coast of Sabah, Malaysian Borneo, it covers an area of 754
square kilometres surrounding Mount
Kinabalu, which at ...
... turned into streams because of all the rainfall and it was really muddy underfoot.
We got some lunch and then sat to wait for our bus which was due at 2pm. Surprise surprise, there was no bus and after a couple of hours waiting we decided that we couldn't handle another journey like we had to Jakarta and decided to just get on the next bus that came along. We had originally wanted to go to Sukau but ended up getting on a bus to ...
... 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 ...
... chicken the same and the biggest basket of sliced banana fritters £2 in the lightest most crispy batter ever. No alcohol though as strictly Muslim so hot Chinese tea it was all-round.
There was a group of Chinese staying here on a 7 day self care course in which they fasted, had massage by hitting themselves with bamboo sticks, early morning chanting outside our rooms at 5.30 am, ...
Day 45. We awoke to the sound of fighting dogs. The "slow" group was departing as we, the "fast group" sat down to breakfast, a nervous excitement permeating the group in anticipation of the climb. Well fed and with packed lunch in tow, we began our ascent from Timpohon Gate (1866m). Our destination was the Lamaing hostel in Laban Rata, 6km away in ground distance but at 3296m above sea level. The five of us were joined by Aditya, a PhD student ...