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... lunchtime to get the lintel down. It only takes a couple of lifts of the lintel up and down to have sweat pouring off so off to lunch feeling a bit grumpy with everything. Dry your eyes princess.
Lunchtime we had a live band and people from the audience singing on stage too. The entertainment was entertaining but too loud for me. The Habitat people work very hard to make the day interesting and enjoyable. They are great hosts and ...
... Hassanal (see photo). It was great to watch the carnival pass by our window whilst Bardy slept (see photo). On the first full day in Kuching we just mooched around and explored the festival city. The dragon boat races on the river were exciting and surprisingly (and seriously) competitive. The whole riverfront was bustling with markets stalls and music and we just drifted around, dipping into the aircon'd Medaka mall in the mid afternoon to cool down. There was a super lively ...
... is more known for its tribal life, with some of the oldest tribes of Borneo still practicing their traditions and living in their famous long wooden houses called "longhouses". Nowadays people tend to live in much more modern longhouses that have bathroom, kitchen and even satellite TV. Sabah instead is more known for its nature, with the highest mountain in Borneo, Mount Kinabalu, one of the best places to dive in the world, the Sipadan Island and some good national parks ...
How does nature makes us feel? Well...I can nothing but try describing it to you!
When planning to come to this third biggest island of the world, I knew I will love it for nothing but it's nature and rainforest that is 130 million years ''young''. It's amazingly big and green like nothing I've seen before tones, looking almost artificial and I just can't take my eyes off of whats surrounding me. For the sounds of the water drops that fallows me no matter which path ...
... on FT (writing it down made me realise that it wasn't that bad but that's only because I'm a clever traveller and know how to entertain myself even if there is nothing to do). Then a flight over Brunei passing over the oil rigs that were exhuming fire - really fascinating. Then we had to stop for a night in a really nice hotel with nice rain shower (gosh, after some rubbish hotels it really seemed like heaven). The next morning 3 hours off-road by 4x4, 2 hours wait for the long ...