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... even existed. Most of park tours are guided and require a payment but it's not expensive (between 4-20 e) and it's definitely money well spend. If you walk by yourself you will probably miss 99% of various animals and plants which guide can point out to you. We have seen snake sleeping on a leaf, bat actually sleeping inside the big leaf, countless spiders, tens of different species of birds etc. I especially liked an example of symbiosis between rattan plant and ants, which ...
... flight was delayed, and when I said yes he said "hmm well you were lucky to get one bag"... not particularly a good advert. Luckily however we had moved all the clothes and alcohol into Luke's bag, which made it, and in my bag were the toiletries (which we didn't need for the plane), shoes and random things. So if it took a couple of days to turn up, that was fine. It turned up the following night unscathed. We were pleased.
Well there ends the massive 8 ...
... name and broken teeth who owned a car from the 70’s. His hard image was going so well until we saw his old banger of a car, and sensing our disappointment he then seemed to soften into a fat kitten! ‘Chief’ indeed!
Chief was one of the many locals we would meet during our 8 days on the island but onto the others a bit later.
The images of our guesthouse (D’Bendang Studio) when we booked it ...
... it feel worth while when you see the occasional kitten or puppy go to a loving home. Unfortunately it never happens often enough here.
I also met some other nice people there as well this time around. Sonja and James, a couple from Australia who were really nice to me. Simon a lad from Manchester who I could share old skateboarding stories with and last but not least Jack the shelter manager from Birmingham who I shared many a laugh with, generally ...
... for sure.
Wandered over the bridge to the fish feeding. Wow haven't seen that many koi ever. Surprised how quickly they came to the surface considering how much they must get fed. We didn't bout cost 1RG per small bag of food, so about 30c.
A spot of quick shopping and bought some, as Phil puts it, holiday Malaysia 'comfy' (fat) pants (kind of traditional patchwork very loose pants) and back to the resort to pack up. Passed by the horse and cart area on ...