Four Points by Sheraton Kuching
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... a half hour journey! After a 2k walk from where the bus drops you off to the feeding platform, we watched a short information video about the orang utans in the area. Semenggoh Wildlife Centre trains young orangutans, who have been orphaned or rescued from captivity, how to survive in the wild. It's been successful with orangutans now breeding in the wild.
We then headed off to the viewing platform, as it was fruiting ...
... was noteworthy about the pathway was the incredible root systems you have to clamber over -- in most places, they are the path. Monsoon rains just wash away the soil, leaving tangled roots exposed. Also, the huge size of plants, leaves, vines, and trees in the rainforest was amazing. I've been in similar forests and jungles elsewhere, but never had the growth looked so big. And there were vines like the ones Tarzan would swing on (I didn't try!).
It was a fun ...
... have rained all night and as the sky still grey, the water was still around. So ah hour in the laundry was ok as during that time Kent went across the road to change our Singapore Dollars. When we were in Pontianak our new friend the GM said that he knew someone in Kuching who had a bar, so also worked out where that is. We then settled by the pool under a threatening grey sky, to read our books for a couple of hours, making sure we were under the ...
... I could push money on them. We have literally never experienced such friendliness and generosity. Another day we took an orangutan-sure trip to Matang, a wildlife rehabilitation centre where previously captive orang-utan are kept in enclosures and some are prepared for the wild (and released initially near the feeding station we visited previously). As well as the "orange ooo ooos" we saw crocodiles, sun bears, porcupines, turtles and etc. Our next trip was ...
... have simply been fantastic. I must take photos of the operation tomorrow.
After lunch progress was better. Pip had done his great magpie effort and we finally start acquiring the tools we need such as a meauring tape, pencil, level, brick cutter. All of these things are in very short supply so he scored really well. Plus his help and advice was invaluable.
So finally I have the lintel up for good this time and cemented in. ...