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... boat came right over and we still had the engines running! The formalities were a mix of formal and ‘welcome’ as the boat included a group of local tourist agents and a few other hangers-on who immediately swarmed the boat. It was great to have such a warm welcome and the formalities went surprisingly smoothly as the agents had a good chuckle when they found out that Ginette is actually the captain of Small Cat Fun! This is usually a good ice breaker in the more strict ...
... referred to as "the parson's nose". He also commented on the harmony between the various religions in the area. So appreciated in this time of international conflict. Funny thing about beer and food. When I pay $2. US or slightly more for a meal...it is difficult for me to spend $2. US or more for a small can of beer.......but I manage. It is real handy to have this computer available in my Guest House
... being so far away). We just booked a tour
instead. It was actually quite nice because it was just Boo and I and we
learned tons of things from our affable guide, Charlie. The Niah cave was really
cool--expansive and with bamboo poles and scaffolding hanging from the
ceiling, giving it a very Indiana Jones-esque feel to it. The poles and
scaffolding are for the harvesting of Swiftlet (a type of bird) nests
... you naked) - speak negatively about religion etc. etc. I actually read a newspaper that headlined (?!?) the fact that a few 15-year old boys were caught doing graffiti and would probably face three years in jail and 10 strokes with the cane. It was also proudly stated that none of the boys (full names and mug-shot pictures given) were allowed to contact their parents and the graffiti had been cleaned up within several hours. Unfortunately the city is very expensive ...
... signed in at the headquarters. The ticket was a steep RM 20 (expensive compared to what I remember, it's still only 4.50 euros) for foreigners, and I noticed I was only the third person to sign in that day, the other two being a couple from Finland I ran into at the second waterfall.
The first part of the walk was pleasant and easy, more of a stroll really, passed the first waterfall and onto the second, where I once went swimming with my friends Kohei and Elle. I ...