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... jungle. To help raise money for the centre visitors are invited to watch "feedings" which occur twice daily. On each occasion fruit is left in a specially prepared clearing to try and coax some of the animals out of the jungle. There is no guarantee any of them will come for the food (especially if the local trees are fruiting), but this is the trade-off to see semi-wild animals. Happily for us 5 orangutans were feeling peckish while we were there, including ...
... where we stopped to have our peanut butter sandwiches and biscuits for lunch. We decided to tackle the 3.5hr loop next. Well we got about 1km in, and I called it quits. We were both drenched and dripping and had already gone through half our water. It felt like you were suffocating in the forest...turned and headed back to base. Washed our drenched clothes and showered...ahhhhh!!!! We were hungry again so went to get some lunch..pretty much the same as yesterday but B had some ...
... be swinging its tail about manically every now and again to keep its balance. Once you see one monkey, a load more always seem to appear as if from nowhere and all of a sudden, it was raining leaves as the rest of the troop munched their way through the trees. We watched the monkeys for a little while before going to the cafeteria at the park HQ to get some food. As people stay overnight in the park, they serve three buffets a day and just leave the food out until it's time ...
On our first day, as we wandered round the city centre, we stopped to listen to the Kuching Police Band performing in the riverside bandstand to a few of the locals. As we wandered on we suddenly heard screaming coming from across the road so we headed over to take a look. There were crowds gathered round the Old Courthouse - it was Jackie Chan, attending a film festival and causing quite a stir with a very ...
... did me plenty of time. If I ever did BNP again, I would definitely stay at the lodges that they have and enjoy Bako's beauty for longer.
My last day, I had decided to visit the caves but when I got there they were closed. I would suggest ringing to make sure they will be open. I got bus number 2 at 6.50am and it took one hour to get to Bau.
From there, I had to wait a little while before bus number 3 arrived. This takes ...