Four Points by Sheraton Kuching
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... of meals, more like living in the wild. So, in this project, we took banana leaves, and wrapped a single sunflower seed or nut with the leave, and tie it in a knot with a string. Then wrap that bundle into some fabric, and again tie it with string. Put
each of these bundles into a large sock, and stuff bundles of newspaper in between, and of course, tie it with string -- oh, and also, 2 of the 6 bundles in each sock will be dummies, with ...
... dish. To be honest, it all tasted fine and I even managed to get to grips with the chopsticks they gave us. Food poisoning was at the back of both our minds while we were eating it though! The hostel was only 10 minutes from the place we got food, so we were back pretty quickly. When we got back inside, we both had very well deserved showers and packed our bags as best we could ready to move on in the morning. Once we'd done that, we headed out to ...
... But the city is growing, and I suppose any change can be considered "dynamic."
We have dinner at the hotel, and it is the healthiest food I have had so far on the trip. I focus on eating steamed white rice, with a lovely sea bass fillet for protein. A pleasant post-dinner stroll along the waterfront is cut short by an urgent need to return to my room. More Pepto Bismol and a good night’s sleep should be the cure for what ails ...
... t see any mammals we did see various 'critters' including spiders, butterflies, frogs and amazing lantern flies. The jungle itself was fascinating especially the pitcher plants which to my surprise grew on the ground! We also waded through a cave with more spiders, nesting birds, bats and snakes. The only evidence of the snake was it's discarded skin over 2 m in length. Phew....
On my final full day Lars took me to Annah Rais a traditional Biduyah ...
... walked paths through the jungle surrounding Matang wildlife centre. Looking for all animals of the night, we mostly just saw the shiny green reflection of lots of spiders, a few snails and to top it of what we thought was a tazia or a slow loris. Was awesome! The sanctuary have also be surrendered two slow loris a male and a female which we were given special permission from the forestry department to see. They were adorable and look ...