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... has planted most of his land with oil palms, like everyone else here, but decided to keep a bit for the monkeys and open a reserve. Feeding time is when they all come out to be seen.
The proboscis move in 2 groups, a ‘harem’ consisting of one alpha male and all his ladies and offspring, and the ‘bachelor’ group, all the other males waiting their turn to get some action. The harem groups with the huge males come ...
... wazs open and exposed... We decided... NOPE! We headed toward Pizza Hut, where the waitress opened the door for us and asked if we were dining in or taking away... I guess we will eat here tonight! Josh and I got a yummy pizza each and a drink and it came to about$20AUD - not bad! We paid and headed back to the hotel.
We spent the night in tonight, playing games on the laptop and Vita and Ipod.
We will go exploring tomorrow!
Today we caught the 6.30am boat from Kapit back to Sibu which took 3 hrs and then another boat from Sibu to Kuching, which took a further 5 hrs. A 5.30am wake up call is not easy at the best of times but given that we have been on the same 8 hour boat ride in the 2 days previous, we really needed a repeat of it like a hole in the head. Preferring to buy a first class ticket, I use the words loosely as first class or Bahagia class is what most people would expect on a 5 hour ...
... br> When we arrived at our basic accm in the middle of the trek we were not welcomed with a " welcome drink" but thousands of honey bees.they are attracted to our sweat ( which I tell yah doesnt smell like honey!!) and they were everywhere.We literally had to dive into the showers and clean ourselves and our clothes.such fun.
The 1.5 hr boat trip out was awesome. We stopped for lunch and literally had a lil picnic in the jungle along with a vinyl tablecloth ...
We arrived to Borneo - one of my husband's biggest travelling dreams. After check-in we went to tourist information office where we found out that almost everywhere we are able to get on our own by public bus – a very cheap option - and we can pay entrance fees on the spot. Fantastic, they gave us lot of useful info with bus numbers, schedules and everything. Malaysia is perfect country for independent travellers who ...
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