Marina Court Resort Condominium
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spacious, and clean.
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workout, breakfast, got 10am shuttle down to Syria Sabah, walked around mall, Starbucks, then out to find car rental, organised for tomorrow, walked to merkata, then along waterfront, ended up at centrepoint, got the shuttle back to hotel, got 5pm back to merkata, walked to jessleton point but not nice restaurants there so walked back to little Italy and had nice dinner, pizza, pasta, salad, wine $123myr, shuttle back to ...
... who probably holiday here like we would go to the Pacific Islands. We had a relaxing lunch with good company. The Aussies are your typical eco-worriers and the Poms were basically working travellors who had worked all over the world, currently working in Brunei so all have interesting perspectives on life.
Dive 3 much the same. Really interesting and pleasant. Our leader, Abraham (from Egypt), was great. ...
... down the Padas River. Battling intermittent, powerful rapids, we paddled furiously to stop the raft capsizing or the rocks chewing us up. The rapids had names that invoked either fear, such as washing machine, headhunter, cobra, or merely confusion, such as barbecue or Scooby-Doo. Despite managing the first few rapids without trouble, on the next one we struck a strong eddy and all seven of us were unceremoniously chucked out of ...
... br> The final summit hike ranged from hard to nearly impossible. After 700 meters of stairs, we reached the tree line. From this point onwards the entire hike was over exposed granite. The first stretch was so steep that there was a thick rope installed which you could use to pull yourself up. This reminded me quite a bit of climbing Half Dome in Yosemite, but in the dark over wet, slippery rock. I was very lucky that the ...
... complete showoff! They were so gentle, carefully choosing what they wanted from the Ranger's basket as he sat crossed legged motionless beside the basket. I could have watched them all day but off they went back into the jungle after they had stuffed themselves and swung around for a while. The showoff ate a whole bunch of bananas upside down hanging from a rope! I had a good hour's viewing and loved every minute of it. Amazing. Somehow we picked up 4 ...