Hotel Grand Continental Kuching
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Smoking rooms available
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... and they are very quick to make a grab.
Last night the volunteers all got together for a movie night and watched Austin Powers, which was great with the mix of British people here. I made friends with a big group of Malaysian guys that were having a barbeque in the front yard. They invited me in, and we had a great time together for a few hours -- lots of conversations about everything, and learned ...
... to Malaysia . .Keep walking " People like our Ape tshirts, with a combination of staring eyeballs or funny comments -- including one Indian man on the Express train in KL, who with a straight face said that he liked my shirt, and how did they put your picture on it. At first I didn't quite understand his accent, so not much reply or laughter, and then the other Indian man interjecting to clarify, "that was a joke, yes ? , you were ...
... North city ( Malaysian mayor ). Sarawak museum has one of the best ethnographic collections in South East Asia. The collection is housed in a building designed in the style of a Normandy town-house and opened in 1891. We then went to a Buddhist Chinese temple, the oldest in Sarawak, where we were invited to make an offering and pray for what we wanted. We purchased a kit of candles, incense and paper and wrote the names of people we wanted ...
Wow, what a great day! I've been to Semangoh to see orangutans. I was going to say wild orangutans but in all honesty you can only really call them semi-wild as although they're not fenced in, food is left on feeding platforms twice a day and they know which side their bread's buttered (or banana's peeled - or not as the case may be, they're pretty messy eaters). I took the bus about an hour out of ...
... jetty and saw that those who had gone in the newer boat we bone dry. We chose the wrong boat. We then continued our journey in the mini can stopping a couple of times once at a hospital for a toilet stop, we didn't quite undertand, and once for lunch where we tried Sarawak laksa a rice noodle dish with chilli in a broth. It was really nice but many found it really hot. Back on the road to the village, once we arrived we had to cross a narrow bridge made ...