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... are glued to the sky. I don't know what it is about them here but they do fascinates me.
In here I feel like I walk naked even when I am dressed up. The nature is everywhere and its calling me!!! ...Does that mean I can through out the clothes in a bin and drop on the weight I am carrying on? Noo!!!! But surely I wish for that to happen....
Ok, time to head back into the jungle and interact with some more bros and sisis... monkeys ;)
Oohh Aahh peeps!!!
... park, another park with a long skywalk over the trees, a visit to pay my respects to the war memorial at Ranau (where the death marches ended), and a ridiculously huge lunch ( I ate about 1/4 of it). A good day including some nice country driving, and the cooler elevation, up 1500 metres, was a relief. 29-4-14 The first tour guide put me off my snorkelling plans - he said there was rubbish in the water and any coral was broken by hordes of Chinese tourists. My resort is ...
No gym and swim this morning!
The weather forecast today had been heavy rain and thunder; but it dawned
bright and sunny so we decided to get out and about instead.
After breakfast we decided to walk along the South Bank Waterfront Promenade of the Sarawak River. From here we could look across and see the sights on the North Bank such ...
Getting a bit worked out from yesterday's kayaking tour, I am just checking out the town of Kuching today. In the morning, I went to the Sunday market with my uncle and auntie to shop for some rare forest goodies. The Sunday market also known as Satok market moved from its former location south of Sarawak river to north of the river. The merchants came down from I the mountains and rural areas of Sarawak to sell their produces here. They normally set up ...
... the first trail and NO monkeys. The people we had hiked in with made a deal with a boatman who was conveniently waiting on the beach ( smart fellow ) to take a boat back while we recuperated from the hike in. The boat was 20 ringet (7$) and I knew it would reflect badly on all Canadians if I took the trail back and didn't pay my fare share of the passage so against my better judgement we boated back to the trailhead. By this time it was lunchtime ...