Four Points by Sheraton Kuching
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... in the street and they were going to this seafood restaurant (or so I imagined) and we decided to join them for a drink while they were eating. It turned out the "restaurant" was located on top of a multi-storey car park. You got to the top level and walked out into this dining hall with about 10 different seafood restaurants to choose from. It was so random but a local favourite. The food was good and so was the company. After dinner we headed to the bar and spent the rest ...
Early morning start for us today – had a 7am bus too catch in order to get to the Orang-utans at Semenggoh Wildlife Reserve. Mat, the manager from the hostel had suggested we go in the morning rather than the afternoon as there would be less chance of rain, and he even walked us to the bus stop at 6.45am – what a guy!
The bus there took us through the south of Kuching where we could see just how well the different cultures blend together. Kuching's residents ...
... the corners. As per custom we, (and our beach sandals) were utterly unprepared for the trails that crawled uphill through giant tree roots and squeezed between giant boulders, and of course there is the astonishing humidity of the rainforest that makes the stagnant air feel like mouldy wet fluff. All that is soon forgotten when Rik hurriedly pulled us off our lunch table to come and see a huge male Proboscis sunning himself on a tree limb just above the rangers huts, ...
... and plumbing work.
I think the Malay organisation of the build has been outstanding. There is a huge amount of logistical planning to get all the volunteers fed and watered, transported, equiped, and working.
It is hard work. In fact, it's so hot that doing nothing is hard work.
I have a couple of photos of Paula. She is the Malay version of Mel! Paula works in PR for the hotel we are staying (which ...
... moring there's talk of me being named 'chucky', hopefully this will not stick! Anyway after a solid sleep only punctuated at normal NZ wake up time by my roomy Pip trying to start a chainsaw (will have earplugs from now on), I felt much better for day 1 on the build.
Here's a good back brief on our build: http://us8.campaign-archive1.com/?u=b7a da6c07988a1ebc1a9eaa69&id=577867fa9 0 .