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... fashion, with only a small gym session and swim perturbing the serenity of the day. For dinner, the six of us in the apartment headed to Welcome Chinese Seafood Restaurant. This is supposedly one of the top restaurants in KK. A certain novelty for me was that you chose your desired fish or other seafood directly from the multitude of tanks stacked in the restaurant window. It was slightly sad seeing the unsuspecting fish being plucked from its pond, ...
... road' in Italian).
What is a via ferrata I hear you ask (to my French and Italian friends, you can sit this one out as I know you already know!)?
... all the way to Kota Kinabalu instead of spending the night there in the mountains near Mt Kinabalu. By the way that we could see the mountain really well as the sun was setting. We arrived when it was dark and we found a hotel near the one we had been at the beginning of our adventure in Borneo. We put on nice clothes and we went to le Meridien for some pizza and good music.
The next ...
... a day trip (£95) so I asked around and found that I could take a local bus to the ferry for 60p, get the boat to the National Park for £4 and entry charge another £2. That seemed a better option to me! £11.20 return. The organised trips took the same boat but had their own transport instead of a bus and of course provided a guide. Luckily I met four lovely people on the bus there, Todd from America, Kevin from Paris, Lennie from Panang and Oat from Bangkok. ...
... Mixed Vegetables with Prawns, Chicken Biryani Rice, a selection of
Fresh Fruits (pineapple, grapes, three types of melon, topped with a strawberry).
So much food!
We pulled out of Papar station at 1240 for the return journey (no stops).
After lunch we settled into the journey when all of a sudden we were served with an individual tub of Neapolitan ice cream!
The journey ended back at Tanjung Aru station at 1340 (ish).