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... n Thomas, el seu pare, que hi havien anat i ens en van explicar meravelles. Tots els hi estem agraïts. Ha estat una experiència inoblidable!
Those three days in Lankayan Island were wonderful. What a special place! But, what was most exciting to me was to be able to scuba dive altogether for the first time.
We are now back on ...
... and although spoke English kept themselves to themselves, which was ok and I quite accepted that, but I could see Wasif was struggling to try and make them interested. The heavens opened and it was a great to be in a jungle in the rain, sheltering with the monkeys! After 10 mins it stopped of course so we went back to the minibus. As Wasif and I walked together across the car park a spitting cobra started to cross our line of walking so we just stood ...
... plied the tracks through Borneo since the late 1880’s and are
also part of only a few functional wood burners left in the world.
As the whistle blew at 1000 we were each given a glass of refreshing iced lemon tea, then as the train pulled out of Tanjung Aru station we were served with a breakfast of assorted
Danish pastries, croissants, butter and preserves, coffee or tea.
Just out of Tanjung Aru we passed Kota ...
... your legs to recover. Not sure it could do that but think David would like to have a go at it after climbing the volcano in Ecuador. It was good to see and the views were great but a long drive really maybe too far, we got back around 2pm ands walked up the road to a local beachside cafe to get some lunch. Last evening here will maybe be sad to leave but suppose all good things must come to an ...
... br> for 80RM (about £16) he could fit a new charger pin. We went back in an hour
and he gave us the thumbs up; he had done it. My phone is now working again;
Back to the Hotel to freshen up before migrating to the Club Lounge to
watch the sunset (another fantastic one) whilst enjoying a glass of wine (or
Tiger) and writing the blog.
Off out soon to check out the night market.