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... a few ringgets change.
Talking of dinner we had better venture out for it soon or else the morning alarm call will be an even greater shock to the system than we fear!
Until the next time, enjoy your evening.. Update: Dinner was actually very good this evening and we got our dinners at the same time, however, we may not be welcomed back. After a strong breeze the table runner blew up onto the paraffin candle ...
Well, we got up early for breakfast - what a strange selection of food! Laksa, cheese, curry, fruit, porridge, rice, roast and the list goes on. Josh and I settled for pancakes and waffles with some yummy jam.
After breakfast, we organised our cooking class for Tuesday. We called Joseph and he said "Will be in 5 minute." Ahhh ****. We didn't have the money for the deposit! We frantically ...
... also. Our guide in Bako National Park, who was from a local village, said the most poignant statement 'My children are my investment' without them he fears in old age he will be left out on the streets as he can no longer earn money. There is no superannuation like Australia, no retirement fund from the state, no safety net. This is from a man that was sponsored to study in Australia and observe wildlife in South America. He was incredibly perceptive ...
As our room overlooks a rugby pitch we decided to find out whether there were any games scheduled for today; it was looking promising as post protectors had been put out! So off we went. The first thing we found was a sign to Kuching RFC; then we saw a building that looked like changing rooms/club house and then we found a guy putting out flags; he confirmed there was a game at 1600. As it was only 1400 we decided to explore New China Town and grab an ...
... They need to be booked in advance before reaching the park. So, I caught my boat back to the jetty in the village of Kampung Bako, later in the afternoon.
Ian and Paul took a boat back also (each at different times), not able to get another night at the park, either.
We met up back in Kuching that night and it ended up we had all done the hike to the monkey beach, but at different times. We all 3 travel solo and it's in our nature to find alone time.