Holiday Inn Resort Damai Lagoon
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... that he doesn't like it but would never waste food. I could still smell it on us even after showers.
We had a few more hours to kill before dinner so we watched the Hobbit part 2 just for a refresh and to get in the mood. I also did my hair like Legolas and off we went to Tandoori Lyn restaurant with Anna our Australian friend, Sara a lady from Oxford, Bergit ...
... 4 single beds in a wooden hut. Very humid, you can't open the windows and have to keep the doors shut because of the macaques coming in.
Bako NP covers the northern tip of the Muara Tebas peninsula, an area of 27sq km. It's a fairly small size for a NP but it contains a wide range of vegetation - swamp forest, scrub, mangrove forest, dipterocarp forest, cliff vegetation and more. In Bako you can actually see every type of vegetation in ...
... excited about seeing. The town also boasts to be the cleanest city in Malaysia and it would seem they take great pride in it’s appearance. We jumped in a taxi with a very warm welcome from the driver and headed to our digs, the Bori Ottok Guesthouse in Chinatown.
We found out about the place on tripadvisor, very good reports about the manager Matt – the rooms were basic but very clean and for about $20 NZD you get a double room and breakfast thrown ...
... some rice wine and shared the monkey pictures with the bar owner before she decided to share anymore of hers, she took exceptional delight in the photo of the final monkey in the compromising position. Later that evening some Australian tourists were sat having some drinks and told her about their orangutan spots that day, sharing their close up pictures and making us really jealous. The bar lady didn't want to miss out on the conversation and so came over, pointed across ...
... part of me likes them, the other part hates them. Im paranoid of being bitten or scratched by one - id rather be bitten by a snake. A 'Did you know" moment - Did you know that monkeys, particularly macaques, carry and can pass on Herpes (more than 70% of adult macaques carry it apparently?), TB, HIV, rabies etc. The list of disease they carry is long. but I still find it in me to enjoy watching the macaque families play from the safe distance of the chalet porch.