The Centrepoint Hotel
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... Halloween celebration but it was very low key. None the less, Tracey and I donned our haloes and wings and went to the Halloween party as the Aussie Angels.
It was a very slow passage to our next port of call which allowed us another sea day. Another perfect day of relaxing poolside as well as Tracey and I starting a needlework project each which we may or may not get around to finishing. David and I enjoyed another lecture on Borneo, this time on its interesting ...
Not entirely excited about the prospects of the day, we gave ourselves a small lie in, at least until I started to panic about what time our flight was. It was another one of the flights that I had downloaded to my phone, and so I wasn't entirely sure what time it was because I hadn't looked at it in several days. So I woke Mark up and we headed on out with a mind for getting back to our favourite spot - De Royalle Cafe. As we headed down the road we bumped into ...
... Aladdin-esque). We couldn't look inside as we clashed with the time of prayer, so went to a mall for a while to cool down and buy a few healthy snacks - Yakult is a popular purchase at the moment! Back at the mosque we were only allowed on a small carpeted section just beyond the entrance, and we're a little underwhelmed by it all. The central dome looked like it could be potentially amazing had we been able to further explore, the ceiling ...
Ce matin nous avons visité un village lacustre qui existe depuis 600 ans. Le village existe en pleine ville, sur une île. Il paraît même qu'on y parle un dialecte particulier. Un problème c'est que les maisons n'ont pas toutes des égoûts et la rivière est devenue un égoût et une poubelle à ciel ouvert. Croyez-le ou non, j'ai même vu un téléviseur flotter. Puis nous nous sommes rendus devant ...
... are allowed. From here we head to a hawker centre for lunch. We once again share a meal of rice and 2 types of chicken. When we go to pay the stall Kepler tells us another customer has already paid for our meal. We must look poor today. We head back to town to walk through the market and the shops. Many of the shopping centres have floors of empty shops, it is really odd for such a oil rich nation. Next to the Kampung Ayer cultural Centre and ...