Borneo Survivor Resort
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... and cooked with your choice of sauce. Price is generally by weight or in the case of prawns by the piece. I had a couple of massive tiger prawns - which as they are sold by the piece I didn't have to chose which specific ones I wanted! Couldn't watch them being caught though!! Served with butter garlic sauce and crab rice. Yum! Sadly I didn't have my camera with me -but I plan to go back!!
... committed to an adventure race shortly after the honeymoon so spent some time in the kayak. There were also some stand-up paddle boards that you could use (even if they didn't have a rudder meaning they just wanted to spin in circles). A tip for new players, if you are going to fall, fall off the board. Don't start over balancing backward, over correcting and then falling forward and taking the brunt of the board in the guts..!
After some ...
... the viewing platform, 2 orang-utans were already there and being fed, plus lots of other spider monkeys.
It was very cute to watch them swing from the trees, hang upside down, eat the fruit etc. I could have stayed for ages just watching them, but it was extremely hot and suffocatingly humid up there, and lots of bugs so we decided to head down to the beach.
Found a ...
... you choose and they cook. 1 Large fish, barbequed with king prawns for 4, squid, rice, served with Hinava, raw fish, pickled with lime juice, chilli, shallots, and grated ginger, 3 coconut juices and a water £10 for 4 of us. Fancy fresh satay, chicken or beef, 5 pieces £1.20.
We wanted to go on the North Borneo Railway trip, tourist train which travels to Beaufort and gives you a Tiffin lunch on the way back. The train was fully booked so plan B was get the ordinary ...
... front-centre. Three Orangutans turned up for food that afternoon, which we saw as win-win, namely it’s a good sign that the other orangutans in the Reserve are off doing their own thing and finding their own food, but we won because we got a see a couple of semi-wild orangutans. After the feeding frenzy of bananas, rambutan and what looked like sweet potato, the orangutans all swung off into the rainforest leaving the coast clear for the second ...