The Village House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Village House Kuching
Lovely place were you can relax :-) Very nice staff and good food. We spent 4 nights and we did som trekking round Mount Santubong and walked around the small Village Santubong. If you want to have some quiet and calm moments - go here :-)
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Taxi to airport. The airport is really calm and laid back. Check in was a bit odd as he asked where we were going after Kuching! Assumed it was just because we are flying air malaysia! There is nothing you don't want for at the airport. I was chatting to a man and his boyf who were flying off to Lumpit and it's such a small world as when he said that he lived in Hither Green, I told him my dad used ...
... s******s of watching men in tiny bits of material parading around we started to enjoy it. Nicola's biggest highlight was when one man came down from the stage and invited Kate up to join the show. Kate hesitated but realising she had no option followed the dancer up and joined in with a few of the tribal dance moves to the delight of the arena full of school children giggling with a hundred iPhones being pointed at the stage. It appeared that Kate was starting to settle into ...
... ah, rather unusual look nose.... My favourite find was a viper. (think I say a picture in an 'awake' magazine sometime in the past year) There was one guy who was insistently telling me it was a python so I got really close to it to take a photo. He later confirmed that it was in fact a viper once he had checked with the ranger and you have six hours to get the antidote.... gulp. I had been in lurching distance from my green friend....
... the views were incredible...what have we become?! Our day got even more exciting when we attempted to have lunch in the presence of some beastly monkeys, they were ruthless in their search for food and made a girl cry (not funny, but also really funny)! Kuching's adventurous theme was continued the next day when we decided to try out some mountain biking. The route took us through a gold mine and to a couple of caves; one looked like something out ...
... itself, a host of fireflies burning bright.
The guide explained to us that fireflies use their ability to create light to attract mates. The male has a brighter light that flashes slower than the females. He set his torch to blink mode and held it against his chest, allowing just a small chink of light to escape. This excited the fireflies and they left the branches and drifted down to us, incandescent squadrons hovering around our ...