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... across a river to this amazing long house made again with all bamboo. The long houses are all on stilts and to get up to this one there wasn't your traditional stair but knot he's cut out of a tree that was lent against the house. There were room along the side and two open fires. Valentine took us for a walk into the jungle pointing out all the different plants and what they do. It was amazing it was like a jungle supermarket. He even cut some ginger and we left ...
... attraction are the people themselves. Of course if you are young or very fit the jungle alone will hold your attention for weeks on end or perhaps the diving and snorkelling. There is plenty here for everyone, Malaysian currency is good for Westerners and there appears little or no restriction with visas. I believe this is still one of the best places for travel and exploration.
Whatever you choose to do aim to do it soon.
... was my favourite Proboscis encounter however!
We checked out some of the big armed crabs again and Ange narrowly avoided 2 monkeys attacking her by gallantly cowering behind a nearby Asian male tourist, then it was back to the boat and the bus back to Kuching – amazing to think it is only an hour away from town! Dinner was back at Borneo Delight to save some pennies – plus its right next to the laundry which is perfect!
Photos to come once we get better ...
... a dog in there and cooked it in chicken fat, a bone-chilling shower, and home seems a very long way away.
The modern, commercial end of town where we have ended up, may feel like you are living in the middle of Croydon high street, but it does have its compensations, which gradually begin to dawn on you as you take a wander round the rain washed streets and alleyways. There are a good twenty or thirty small cafes and a myriad of cheap restaurants and ...
... the mattress and the walls. The walls go about 3/4's of the way to the ceiling. It does the job but I have to admit I had a Sarah moment and some guests had me banging on their door in the middle of the night telling them to be quiet (in less friendly words) :) Grrrrrr. Nobody wants to be around a sleepless Sarah.
The owner of the guesthouse is a very friendly, generous, slightly crazy and adventurous lady who loves spending time and experiences ...