Four Points by Sheraton Kuching
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... the monkey bar for a drink :). It was sad saying goodbye to such an awesome group. What an incredible two weeks! Day 38: We enjoyed a well deserved lie in before going into Kuching with Laura, Elizabeth, James and Emma for a look around the creative markets and the tourist shops in search of some last minute presents. It was then time for another dip in the pool before relaxing in front of a film before ...
... our guide asked us to go into the sea and we were unsure as to why. With all of our torches off he said shake your legs and waft your arms about in the water. All of a sudden the plankton lit up all around us letting off a green glow. After we had our last super which was more like a feast. With the locals joining us steph got the seat next to the kids where she constantly had bits of chicken flying at her. Rhianna was constantly getting nudged by ...
... merely taunting us from afar.
After an hour even the ants on the floor seemed entertaining (hence the photo attached below) lined up and moving en masse like traffic on the M25 (except that they were actually moving efficiently!).
We wandered back to catch the bus, the morning sun now really taking hold, I think at our peak we were stumbling along at almost 1mph!! The sun, heat, mozzies and dehydration ...
... to say the least, perhaps the worst accommodation we had stayed-in to date, but we were only planning on sleeping there, so it didn't matter to us.
There are many hiking trails to try out, however we kept to the easier ones (maximum 1-2hrs tops), as the humidity made it very tiring. The treks allowed us to visit isolated beaches, two viewpoints, whilst also bumping into wildlife along the way - one particularly hairy moment occurred when crossing a dried out mangrove, where ...
... locate and pay the driver but we have found that on more than one occasion we were sat on the bus for more than an hour for no found reason. Today we were lucky and were only sat there for 10 minutes before the bus started chugging down the road. Most buses in Kuching are the type that look as though they have been running for several decades without an upgrade. Regardless, they are insanely cheap and like I said easy to get. An hour and a half later and a bus change we ...