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... and sunset…….. A memorable evening and experience, as we moored back up at the Boat Club, we were surprised to see how just how low the tide had become - dropping about 10 feet in just a few hours.
Another big highlight was our one night stay at Bako, Sarawak’s oldest National Park and famous for it’s beauty, rain forests surrounded by coast line and home to over two hundred and seventy ...
and South America. It is the monsoon season and when it rains ......it
pours. The temperature is 30 degrees + Celsius and very humid. Always
carry my rain poncho with me. Malaysian food is great--ranging from
slightly seasoned to sinus-clearing spicy eg lokhsa soup. Most of my
meals range from $3 to $5 US. Now the bad news, beer is more expensive
than in Canada. Have already visited ...
... in the street and they were going to this seafood restaurant (or so I imagined) and we decided to join them for a drink while they were eating. It turned out the "restaurant" was located on top of a multi-storey car park. You got to the top level and walked out into this dining hall with about 10 different seafood restaurants to choose from. It was so random but a local favourite. The food was good and so was the company. After dinner we headed to the bar and spent the rest ...
... there are only two places in the world were you can spot them in the wild! We went to this park eventually two times to spot them and we only found them once. Its actually amazing to see these animals in the wild because there are only 27 thousand left. This is also the sad part because due to large rainforest cut and palm oil plantations the Orang oetans loose their habitat and are becoming rarer each year. Borneo lost since the 1980's almost ...
... the hotel for Bardy's afternoon sleep followed by swim and then beer and Thomas the tank engine (in parallel). The aftermath of one afternoon swim was particularly memorable. Bardy always wears a swim nappy in the pool which is far better than nothing but, as it turns out, far from a hermetic seal (you can probably see the direction this is heading). We had been running late and wondered whether there was quite enough time to have a swim and ...