The Centrepoint Hotel
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... no karaoke bars etc. it is interesting to walk around. We find a massage place that is only for men, so Bevan has a head and shoulder massage. $15 for 30 minutes, I am basically asked to leave. Two shops up there is a massage for ladies only so I also indulge. We grab a nice wonton soup for dinner and then head back by bus to town. All bus rides are $1 regardless how far you go, so a pretty cheap day ...
... were put away for later. Today we were heading to Virgin rain forest. Ulu Temburong Nat park is 500 sq km of pristine rainforest. Only 1 sq km is open to the public. The only way to get to the park is by long boat. The ride is liken to salmon fighting the currents up the river. The driver needs to be very skilled weaving in and out of the Rapids. It was a beat 30 minute ride up the river. Then time to walk to the canopy walkway. ...
... Islamic absolute
monarchy - SultanHassanal Bolkiah - Crown PrinceAl-Muhtadee Billah - Grand MuftiAbdul ...
... but only with alcohol, which can still kill, but is slightly better than say, heroin or cocaine.
On a completely unrelated note, I heard a couple of sort of funny stories from a girl in my hostel in KK that I wanted to write down before I forget. She was deathly afraid of flying, but somehow isn't letting that stop her from traveling around southeast asia for eight months, which I have a lot of respect for. One of her flights she had the misfortune ...
... As soon as we deplaned, most of the people dealing with us -- security, passport control, money changing -- were women, all covered appropriately. But unlike border control in other places, they were surprisingly reserved, even taciturn and deferential. And unlike Saudi Arabia, women are allowed to drive and look like they enjoy much greater freedom and opportunity.
Like some other parts of the islamic ...