Grand Margherita Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kuching
... the hotel. We strolled along the promenade, stopped for a drink at Junk again, and then browsed the Main Bazaar for hidden treasures, but to be fair most of it really is just tourist tat. Having said that one of the shops sold some decent and pretty cheap replica tribal shields that were attractive so we bought one for us, and mini version for Gabriel, as well as some tribal traditional earrings (really heavy brass ones that stretch their ears and no, I won't be trying them!) ...
... impressed as I have tofu. Then we congregate in the lobby of HQ and are divided in two groups for a night walk. We a filed along and I honestly think we'll see nought. Then things improve their is a coiled snake in the tree. Quite truly it could be fake and placed there but then we see one lower in a tree. I'm a little freaked. Green vipers they say... Then we see a frog looking like a leaf in a tree distinguished by to eyes. A swallow nest in a ...
... abused here and I enjoyed every second, we did find a supermarket that sold cheese only to find it was as if someone had crossbred cheap butter with dairy lea. Anywho, we loved having the kitchen. Our room was also incredible, the bed was so comfy we both found it extremely hard to get up everyday, nothing new there but this time it was down to comfort not just laziness. First trip was to Semenggoh to visit the world famous ...
... the weather and had a great revitalising session. Came home and got ready to meet the others for evening antics. The evening was actually a non alcoholic dinner, where we debated many issues. We also had a new member in the form of Aline from Poland, who was a most interesting character indeed as she too writes, so through discussion, we hit it off immediately. Yasmin came up with an interesting game that kept us going for quite ...
... it's national parks. This decision turned out to be a blessing as we had a lovely adventure through Sarawak and discovered that it is more backpacker friendly with affordable national park entry and accommodation.
Kuching itself is a lovely, laid back city set on a scenic river and is a great place to base yourself for a few days while exploring surrounding national parks like Bako. Another highlight was the Semenggoh Wildlife Park ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility