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... to do around Kuching we decided to spend one entire day inside the park. Itīs also possible to make an overnight trip and stay in one of the lodges located directly in the national park, however, make sure you manage to book your spot at least 2 months in advance; otherwise it might be fully booked.
That day we encouraged ourselves and got up, as two early birds, at 6.00! We grabbed a few pieces of bread with peanut butter and jelly which reminded us of our old ...
... vision, staring 5 feet in front of us (to make
sure we don't trip) and just trucking through the park. We enjoy it because we
cover more ground and get some actual exercise in, but we don't really
end up "seeing" as much. Unless you count giant centipedes. We saw those. We were
nearing the summit, exhausted and looking forward to a nice view, only
to be disappointed when the summit was just a small clearing surrounded
by trees and bugs! And now also my ...
After our amazing month in Indonesia, it was time time to move back into Malaysia and fly to Borneo, via KL.
Flights were uneventful and we arrived late at Kuching airport to be greeted by Amy, an English girl running the hostel we were staying in. We had our first non-Asian beer for a long time (a can of Fosters of all things!) and chatted to a few other guests about what we should do in Kuching.
Over the next 3 days we managed to fit ...
... of casual shoes from the Valentino shop, the had a bowl of Chinese soup for less than $3. Huge rainstorm again tonight. 1-5-14 Today is my last free day before the conference begins. I went for a walk along the river again, not so peaceful this time as they are setting up for a big display/market to coincide with the labour day public holiday. The holiday meant that the museums were all closed thus the textile museum I wished to visit was closed. I went to another ...
... alien, isolating and completely out of my comfort zone. There were long, unapologetic stares from very single person we passed on the streets. Not intimidating, brooding stares but more like that of people that want to put you on a rotating stage. The kind that moves at a snail pace, just so they are can look in intrigue at all the angles of your face.At the end of the day, it is their home and we do look strange with our huge bags on our backs. So, I think I can be forgiven ...