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... two hours sleep that night. The following morning even though I didn't have a good night sleep I didn't want to waste a day trying to catch up on sleep, so I got up at 8.30am to try and do a tour to the jungle. I was too late. The tours started at 7.30am The owners from my hostel introduced me to a guy called Danny, he is mentioned in the lonely planet for being a good tour guide. He recommended me not to go to the jungle the next day because it was going to be too ...
... br> Sadly, although it was pouring with rain when we arrived there ( the first rain I've seen since I left old Blighty) the lake had dried up and was muddy and messy. Lisa was so disappointed . She showed me the photos of what it's normally like when we got back.
We carried on down to KB, and then stopped for a while for a coffee. I got my first view of the sea, and a strange Teapot Roundabout sculpture.
We crossed ...
... country. The sale of it is prohibited by law, however right across the far boarder is duty free beer, we headed over there to do a beer run for Frankie's son who lives in Brunei. He then took me to the empire hotel which just reaks of extreme wealth. It is owned by the sultan (richest man in the world) and it shows. Everything is over the top. It's made of marble and glass. Everything is perfect, the staff are trim and proper the air is fresh, the landscaping ...
... we wanted to go and asked us to clarify whether we wanted the big or small museum. I guessed that it was the big one and he turned the boat very determinedly towards the sea! Thankfully he didn't just take us all the way out and dump us out of the boat. Instead he took us to a disused pier a fair way along the coast. We clambered out and headed for the nearest big building which was apparently the maritime museum. This wasn't what we had been aiming for but it should still ...
... I was waiting for a bus to come. Fortunately, a nice and friendly museum curator gave me a free ride to the city centre.
That was all for my trip to Brunei. All in all, Brunei is a small country, which has only a few tourist attractions, but the county has many good people instead. There is no reason to hate that country. I like Brunei very much and better than most of the Southeast Asian ...