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... 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 ...
... to go and see Orang Utans, proboscis monkeys, bears and of course the green turtles so I booked a bus for the next day to Sandakan, leaving at 8am from the Sentral Bus Station. All Sentral bus stations are never central! It usually takes 45 mins to get there by taxi! That taxi trip cost me £20. It was a posh western style coach with good air con and my allocated seat was with a German girl. We were the only two falangs on board! The 8 hour journey soon ...
... like fairy lights were hung around the trees and they switched it on after it got dark. That was hundreds and thousands of fireflies all over the trees. It was so magical - tiny flashing lights in the complete darkness as we are slowly sliding along the river. Some fireflies were flying towards our boat and one landed on my hand and it was apparent that it was just a bug with a fluorescent bum. Anyway, it was totally magical, like in the Japanese ...
... Pat, a gentleman from the house we were going to cook in, took us to the main food market in the center of town to bey the ingredients for the day. The indoor marketplace was jam-packed with stalls and busy selling all kinds of spices; turmeric, ginger, galangal, fruits like the coconut and the durian, that smells appalling, and other ...
... the stadium so me, sharif and Ahmed arrived there nice and early for the kick off. We went and bought our ticket which cost us 10 ringgits...£2 and made our way into the stadium. The stadium was actually really nice, it can hold up to 35,000 people so a decent size for a second division Malaysian football team. We were definitely the only white people here, and from all the constant stares and pictures been taken of us I don't think many westerners come to watch the football!! ...