Four Points by Sheraton Kuching
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... the open sun, flies all over it. A man then sees my face, grabs a chicken and chops its head off and laughs. Yes, funny. ha. ha. It really was a sight to be seen. The man that led us around told us that visitors make them happy, and this was reflected when people kept asking us where we were from. We left the chicken part and headed over to the fish. Dear lord that was bad! The stench, the flies, the fish.... How do people not get ...
... of the dark really was not a problem when in the heart of the cave as surprisingly it was incredibly bright. The height of the sun shone through the gaping hole at the mouth of the cave, 100 metres above sea level. This was a cave that resembled nothing of the ones that having a torch is crucial and the thought of being claustrophobic springs to mind. This was a vast open space with beams of light eliminating the height of the top of the cave and exaggerating the width ...
Uhh, internet is working.Sorry FB people if you have already heard these stories!Day 12 and what an adventure.5 days trekking thru the lush jungle and boating down rivers in a small long boat, seeing amazing caves with awesome stalagmites and stalactites and helicotites - hmmm... what are what!! And the food along tbe way has been excellent - & you know we love our kai.On the trek our guide picked tree fronds along the way and we had them that night when we stayed in the ...
... then a very narrow,
black snake (about two feet long) suddenly made a break for it across the grass; no time for a photo!
We were called to our boat and had to walk to the jetty as it was now high tide. All too soon we were back at Bako Bazaar Dock and on the Red Bus back to Kuching.
We got back to our Hotel at about 1530; it was so hot walking up from the bus stop that we decided only a dip in the pool to bring the ...
Deep in the jungles of Borneo there are still tribes living in the state of Sarawak. Sarawak used to be inhabited by many different tribes that roamed the forest. Today, they have moved deeper into the jungles, far away from civilization. Today, I visit the Cultural Village of Sarawak to see models of the longhouses they live in and the customs they practice.
I've discovered a good way to learn the customs of ...
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