Celyn Hotel City Mall
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... in a large house that would have to be built on many stilts! Our Air Asia checkin was as professional as ever, I know people warn about these low cost airlines, but when it comes to efficiency, these are the people. Our departure time was 1435, when the plane didn't land until 1425, a late takeoff seemed inevitable. At 1435 we were boarding, the incoming passengers off, us straight on. We were on our way by 1450, incredible. The 45 minute ...
... We also got a little time to ourselves with a few cocktails one evening (I think I already mentioned that!) and last night we went for an incredible Japanese meal which was utterly delicious and really fun. We sat around a communal table while the chef cooked us a feast of cod and prawn, steak and chicken. We chatted to a really lovely couple from Bishop Stortford who were rather in love with Borneo and thus here on their second visit, second year running. They ...
... had really begun.
London to Kota Kinabalu is not a short flight. I bagged myself an aisle seat, not wanting to have to go through the mid-flight gymnastics that vaulting a sleeping student would entail. Unfortunately, my flight buddy, Cynthia, was not in a good state. She spent the many hours of flight rocking as waves of nausea and stomach cramps transfixed her, which did not make for a restful flight. After offering ibuprofen and TLC I settled ...
... has a very good complement of hardware and electrical stores so we were able to pick up most of what we needed to fix some of our problems on board. The island now seems content with being an industrial support base rather than a SE Asia tourism destination of choice. Even the marina seems to have given up on upgrading other than the lights they were installing – more on that later.
We spent half days working on the boat and the other half relaxing, touring the island ...
... here in their thousands (millions?) and the floor actually appears to move beneath you such are their numbers and their crawliness (and creepiness). There are walkways to keep you away from them but they are still absolutely everywhere and the girls were totally repulsed by it. At least we'd remembered to change out of our flip flops for this part of the trip!
We were heading to Kuching next, on the other side of Malaysian Borneo, so after being dropped off in Sandakan ...