Hotel Grand Continental Kuching
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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I går og i nat regnede det - ikke bare regn men regn!
Jeg tog bussen fra BSB kl. 13 til Miri, hvor jeg var kl. 17. Alle var gennemvåde efter grænsekontrollerne. Langturbusstationerne ligger gerne 10 km uden for byen, også her. Jeg spiste på den lokale - ris med noget på, grøntsager og kylling. Og den eneste lokale øl de havde var carlsberg (ja …
... We landed in KL around midnight and therefore the airport was semi-closed which meant after we got off the plane we were stuck unable to go through to the waiting lounge which meant sleeping on the rock hard floor, near to immigration, waiting for it to open at 5am. It was freezing and uncomfortable but I did manage to get a little bit of sleep. The lady next to me was snoring quite a lot which was funny and annoying at the same time but at least she got some sleep! ...
... bar on a Saturday night! Alas however we must have looked pretty out of place with our bags of laundry and one of the bartenders promptly thrust the bill at us, as much to say 'leave', so we did!
We said goodbye to James and Suse and ran into Mat from Bori Ottok on the way back to the hostel- turns out the big group was cancelled and we could have had our old rooms back; gutted! We'll just have to come to Kuching again ...
... tombs, temples, shrines and statues (especially the golden ones) to last us a very long time. It's time to get back to nature. Our first stop is the Semmengoh Orangutan Sanctuary, which is about 45mins by taxi from the centre of town, and is one of the prime spots in the World to spot our ginger-haired cousins. As soon as we pulled up (we were told get there early to avoid the thronging hordes), there were two of the cheeky chaps about 6 feet from us just wandering out ...
... whilst their oldest son (Shaun) diligently chased around supervising Bardy. Despite trying to force money on them, there was just no way we were going to be able to pay our way and Simon made very clear that this was their treat. Very generous and unexpected. All in all: great company, fantastic food and an awesome way to end our stay in Damai. We exchanged contact details and hope to cross paths ...