Four Points by Sheraton Kuching
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A stop in the famous Monkee Bar was a must, as it is a non-profit bar that is operated by volunteers, and it sends all profits back to the Orangutan Project that we are volunteering for. After dinner (where Haley attracted all the mosquitos, but not one of them got me), the plan was to take a 1 hour nap and then go out for some karaoke bar action. (of course, a must-do activity for me !) But that didn't work out so well, as after an hour ...
It's definitely time to write a blog again. In my last blog I still had to go to Borneo. In the meantime I also visited Cambodia, The north of Thailand and now I'm back in Kuala Lumpur. Ok rewind! Borneo Borneo was really cool. The main reason we went to Borneo was to see monkeys and we did a lot to see them. We've been walking 10 km to see the orangoutangs and basically risking our lives, because we were walking next to a highway with huge trucks, but at the ...
... small - and the center is a mixture of old Colonial, Chinese Temples and shophouses, Mosques, Churches and modern architecture. In Sabah there seemed to be a large population of Muslims - this was less evident in Sarawak. In fact a friendly Sikh taxi driver told me that the population was predominately Christian - but there were about 2500 Sikhs! He also told be that there was no crime - I'd like to think he was right... It certainly felt a ...
... and I wish I could remember more!!
On our return Freya was keen to go swimming so Liza, Phyllis (who helps look after the baby) and I went for a swim in the river. The water was the colour of Starbucks 'latte' (confirmed with the Dulux paint chart of course!), and the current was surprisingly strong so I kept a close eye on Freya when Liza and Phyllis left me in charge when they went back to start making dinner. Freya may only be 5, but she ...
... walked paths through the jungle surrounding Matang wildlife centre. Looking for all animals of the night, we mostly just saw the shiny green reflection of lots of spiders, a few snails and to top it of what we thought was a tazia or a slow loris. Was awesome! The sanctuary have also be surrendered two slow loris a male and a female which we were given special permission from the forestry department to see. They were adorable and look ...