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... extinct if this continues. By 11am we had found a accommodation and were on a ferry to the islands of Manukan and Sapi. The trip takes about 15 minutes from the mainland. First stop Palau Manukan, it is beautiful, long sandy beach with many small reefs close to the shore. Around the jetty there is a plethora of different fish after 2 hours we head to the Palau Sapi. This is quite a small island it is known for its green eyed dragons called Biawak which are only second ...
... view of the sunrise above mount Kinabalu on the drive back to the town. Now extra tired, Kate managed to sweet talk the hostel owner into giving the four of us a lift along the 2km hilly track we'd struggled along the day before and on to the entrance of the national park from where Nicola and Yvette also got to see a clear view of the mountain. We then all caught the eight o clock bus to Sepilok. In the car on the way it became clear to Nicola that Kate had secured the lift by ...
... backtracking and walking involved and who knows what ruthless taxi negotiating. Arriving at the property the owner isn't there. He is off 'shopping' so I dose up on hot coffee and sit outside soaking up the night-time views of Mt KK from the deck area. magic!!!!!!!
Before I go on, this place and my time here has been a favourite for this leg of the trip. Im staying with "Jungle Jack" in his shipping containers. Each container has a bunch of ...
... in hearts!
We were very sad to leave Borneo, as it has been such an incredible and different place.
We took two flights over to Mali (the Maldives), the weather was torrential rain, and luckily it was only a short ride to our island (we did not want another Heron Island episode!)
The weather so far has been rain, but we have 6 days here, and hopefully it will clear up very soon!
See you soon,
... Kinabalu. How does losing a bright red trekking pole 400 metres from the summit fit within this!! It was 1:30 am and it was not raining. We got up and I looked at Jim and smiled and said 'It is going to happen, we will get our chance to go to the summit.' We felt relieved as the climb to the summit had been cancelled the day before. We went downstairs, had some oats and coffee and decided to get going as soon as possible as we have memories of being 'pretty bloody slow to ...