Four Points by Sheraton Kuching
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... taxi it became apparent the the taxi was actually for the couple in the back that we'd completely high jacked. Hot and sticky from the excitement and mini jog we spread ourselves out on the bus for the journey home. A middle aged Malaysian man saw Kate sat by herself as an opportunity to join her. Whilst chatting he seemed to be keen to be as close as possible, way too cosy for Kate who decided that Nicola would probably be a preferable option and made her excuses to move ...
... the project isn't anywhere near as well organised as I would expect. Ultimately, the houses will get built and they will be fine.
This evening we dined at a great coffee shop. I had a noodle dish, a teh tarik and an iced tea. If you pick a place where the locals are dining you can't go wrong.
Loved the photo of the eye clinic on the way to the diner. Maybe that's why I'm still adjusting to my glasses.
... the hotel for Bardy's afternoon sleep followed by swim and then beer and Thomas the tank engine (in parallel). The aftermath of one afternoon swim was particularly memorable. Bardy always wears a swim nappy in the pool which is far better than nothing but, as it turns out, far from a hermetic seal (you can probably see the direction this is heading). We had been running late and wondered whether there was quite enough time to have a swim and ...
... next day at 6.20. However, they had free Wi-Fi at the airport and we had a lot of things to do so we didnīt mind having such a long waiting time.
We stayed in Starbucks for half day and had breakfast there. Then we were just hanging out in different parts of the airport until 22.00 when we found a few empty benches and tried to get some sleep.
Stage 2: August 7, 2014
We got up at 4.00, checked in and departed at 6.20. Everything went smoothly. The ...
... who rule the roost. They are seemingly everywhere, sunbathing on the walkways, hanging off the guttering, and joining us for breakfast.
We got a lift to a bus stop on the Sandakan to Ranau Road. We had been assured that a bus was coming at some point and that they knew about us. So, nothing to do but wait. This road was the route of the Sandakan Death Marches in World War 2, when over 2400 Australian and ...