Bilit Rainforest Lodge
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... male), this is the only country in the world that have this type of monkey. We also saw macaque ( long tail and pig tail), silver fern and another variety the name escapes me. They were every where jumping through the trees, so much fun to watch. And to see an Orangutang in the wild is just amazing. It was a lone male high in a tree. We were very very lucky. All meals are included, dinner tonight was lamb, fish with rice and pumpkin. It certainly had ...
... we only had RM89.90 to our name. Luckily the bus tickets came to RM86 so we could buy a drink as well. Our really nice driver dropped us at the "junction" or the "check point", in other words, the side of the road where you wait, desperately hoping that a bus going to your destination comes past soon and stops for you. He was so nice and he waited with us until we got our bus. As usual, they accepted passengers but there were no actual seats. Pete sat on the front ...
... boxes including a guy with a rather large TV) I managed to check into my flight and even had enough time to have my breakfast. I was flying Malindo Air to Kota Kinabulu first then later in the day I was flying Malaysia Air's Budget Carrier Wings to Sandakan. Flight to Kota Kinabulu went all fine until I arrived at the Airport and got held up in Immigration for nearly an hour - who figured you'd need to go through Immigration when I was going to another part of Malaysia (even got ...
... brutal Japanese guards. it was a very moving place to visit and is a credit to the Australian RSL, who have been instrumental in getting the memorial built and maintained. It is now a place where Australians travel to commemorate ANZAC Day. It is a must see place to come and pay your respects to all those men slaughtered so cruelly and to the local people who were instrumental in the success of the underground and in their support of prisoners wherever and how ...
I got up at 5:45, had a quick cuppa and got onto the boat again. We went upstream and saw quite a few birds and all of the same monkeys as the day before, then got back and had some coffee, toast with jam, fried eggs and malay-style dry fried noodles. The four Americans cleared out then us and the Dutch climbed back into the boat, crossed the river and went on a 30 minute walk to Ox Bow lake, same some insects and birds in ...