Mr. D'S Bed & Breakfast
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... we decided we had better make tracks. We rushed to the ATM down the street (as mentioned before, the machines in the hotel didn't take our card), and we withdrew some money. We went back to the hotel and it was 2.28pm!! We had better taxi it.
We asked the driver to please take us to the address and he said, "okay, I try to find." Argh! We weaved through streets, back and forth until the driver turned down a small one way ...
... this happens every single day. But what I am getting at is this: what a funny image. Secondly, the Fairy Caves were closed. Not so funny. Sitting down, sipping our coffee, ready for a day ahead of exploring the caves and Moi informs us that ' Nooo, not today, closed!' So plan B. We are keeping our fingers and toes crossed that tomorrow they are open because it is our last day in Kuching and we really, really want to go and see them. So here's to hoping! ...
... kittens, mice, birds, the list goes on!
The return taxi dropped us off at the Old Courthouse on the Waterfront where we made for the cafe; iced cinnamon tea and iced mixed chocolate to cool us down. After walking round the outside of the Courthouse we made for the hotel; the swimming pool and Jacuzzi was
Our pick-up for the evening river cruise on the Santubong river ...
... got our assigned cabins and heard the instructions from the park rangers about what was expected. Among them, any time we went into the jungle, we had to sign the sheet listing where we were going and when we expected to return.
Armed with the maps the park rangers had given us, Ian (Australia) and Paul (we met on boat, British Isles) and I, headed for the 3 hour trek to the waterfall in the jungle.
What a beautiful hike! The trail was often ...