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... a street behind the hostel that didn't serve food itself but ordered food from the local restaurants for us. We sat outside on a quiet, friendly street listening to Elvis. I absolutely loved it. There is something incredibly charming about Kuching and the longer I was there the more I liked it. We were then heading towards Monkey Bar in town as it's affiliated with the sanctuary and half of the profits go directly to helping the animals. On our way however we bumped into the ...
... coming through liberal use of the horn (also see photo). By the time it came to leaving Kuching, we'd got to know the city pretty well. Most days we walked along the river (spotting HUGE lizards swimming) and then explored more of the bustling streets (focussing on the Indian and Chinese stalls) and finding somewhere interesting, tasty and hygienic enough for food (see pics of a really cool place with bath seats and wok sink!). We'd then go ...
... kept on walking along the waterfront from where we had a view of the Parliament House (official name: New Sarawak State Legislative Assembly Building) standing at the north bank of the Sarawak River between The Astana, which is the official residence of the current Governor of Sarawak and Fort Margherita. The Parliament House is a 9-storey high building completed in 2009 and it´s the venue for Sarawak´s new state legislative assembly sittings. Apparently it is one of the ...
... smell like rotting meat, so maybe I don't mind missing them.
As usual, we planned out a very aggressive route for the day and got
right to it. Going without a guide is nice because we can go at a faster
pace (unless we are talking about our little sprint up Mt. Rinjani with
that crazy porter--never going to go faster than him!) and do more trails, but the problem is that we tend
not to actually see very much. Both Boo and I get in the zone and
develop a sort ...