Four Points by Sheraton Kuching
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- Swimming pool
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Plan for today was to get back to the main land and travel to valentines ( one of the guides) village further east into Borneo. The main fact that we learnt today was that Borneo is the most humid country in the world. To start our journey we made the return one hour journey in the boats. It wasn't so nice this time as it was chucking it down with rain and the sea was really rough, so spray was hitting us in the boat. We were absolutely soaking wet!! We got the ...
... could all learn from such co-operation.
Sarawak feels extremely safe, we have always received welcomes from shops, restaurants, taxi drivers, and the public in general. Every nod or hello we give is greeted with a wide smile, people love to talk and once they realise we are British the welcome is even warmer. Sarawak is also positioned in a monsoon area which officially ends at the beginning of February but being British in everything ...
... past mud flats full of tiny crabs who had only 1 massive claw, and a small waterfall, past a number of different species of carnivorous Pitcher plants and then over the top of a hill to the beach which although lovely we all decided to not swim in given some of the warnings about jellys, crocs and other nippy and stingy things!
The boat back was lovely and we got to see some of the hidden beaches of the NP before enjoying a lunch at the HQ – alas though ...
Following our time honoured, trip-long principle of being in the right place at the wrong time of year, we decided that it was high time we headed to Borneo, now that the wettest month of the year has arrived ( Borneo?-where did that come from?) Generally, it hasn't cramped our style being everywhere at the damp (and stormy) end of the season, - there is, on the whole, plenty of accommodation to choose from and the travellers are much thinner on the ground, and are ...
... politicians (including the Sultan of Brunei) and police are everywhere. Ive tried to keep away from the main action as its prime terrorist etc territory when you have that many "important" people all in one place. But I hung around with the locals on the fringes of the event and enjoyed the colour and action.
Im staying at a little guesthouse where I have a 'box' (their word, not mine) for a bed. just a mattress on the floor with about 10cm ...