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... going to permit the climb. After staying one night at the camp we then walked back to the river and took the boat back in torrential rains go the original lodge. We spent the next day admiring the local flora and fauna in the park, and like little tomboys had lots of fun taking photos of the weird colourful insects and many species of lizard. After four nights in Mulu we left on a plane to Miri, a small transit town between Sarawak and Sabah, with our flight to Kota Kinabalu booked for the next ...
... coming of the first 'successful' fit and will update the entry when I get it) and bear in mind I'd a couple of goes to get it to this stage, well along comes one of the chiefs who is very able and patient but I find it hard to understand him, and he tells me about the upper limit. So down comes the lintel again and I have to take a small row of bricks off (which are setting). Going backwards and getting tired doing it.
So this ...
... in the dragon boat festival races. I'd always thought I had a lot in common with Hassanal and the fact we had both selected the same hotel just reaffirmed this. What a spot of luck. In addition to dragon boat races, we were set to enjoy firework displays (night and day), a carnival, a regatta and bustling bazaars over the festival weekend. We were especially chuffed when we were shown to our room and had been upgraded to have an enormous river view suite on the 12th floor, ...
... good enough to start the day with full stomach.
We didnīt have any plans at all, but we read in our guidebook that they had a very useful information center in Kuching, so we thought it could be a good start to get some handy information about Sarawak over there.
Borneo is divided into 2 states: Sarawak and Sabah. At the moment we were in the first one, both states are very different. Each has its own regional capital, Kuching for Sarawak and Kota Kinabalu for ...
... on it, as related in his blog, here:
So we left Chicken **** Towers and made for a quick overnight in Kota Kinabalu, where we started some 3 weeks ago. Took the short flight to Kuching this morning , and have found cheap, clean, odourless accommodation with lightening-quick wifi in the heat and humidity of the city.