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As there is very little left to do BSB we decide to take some local buses to have a look around the outskirts of BSB. We jump on a 55 bus to the end of the line. About 23km's later we arrive on the western side of Brunei at the seaside. There is a market (Tamu) happening, there is fruit and vege, as well as a wet market (fish and meat) as well as some crafts. Great little place to find, we buy some mangosteen as ...
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... reception isn't super great, there are signs all over the walls of maps and details about getting the bus to Miri or as my friend was doing, getting the bus to the ferry to Labuan/KK. The guy also told us about good cheap dinner places nearby and while talking to him we ran into another American guy and the three of us ended up going out for food.
The American guy was VERY talkative and kind of interested in himself. Apparently there was going to be ...
We woke up at about 6:30 to the knocking on the door of Fatimah. She had left an assortment of fried snacks on the table - samosas, potatoballs etc and a large plate of stir fried hokkein-style noodles that were amazing and to wash it down I had a medium kettle-sized jug full of predictably sweet and milky nescafe. Definitely a good option for Blake and I to pay thej extra $2.50 for breakfast. At about 8am we climbed into the large air conditioned van (one of 6 cars ...
I decided that we should go to Brunei, as we were so close to it, having just spent 2 days in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. So, we found out that we could go there by ferry, which I was a bit apprehensive about given my sea sickness, but we did it anyway. The wrist bands to prevent sea sickness worked, which was a blessing. The ferry was a fast boat, which carried about 100 passengers, with their luggage. Everyone had seats allocated, so there was no overcrowding. It took 3 hours to get to ...