Holiday Inn Hotel Kuching
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... Durian fruit is banned on public transport and hotels in most places in Malaysia as it has such an offensive smell. Apparently it has a "marmite effect" on people. We decided to go for it and tried it in ice cream form. At first sniff it smelt a bit like mango, then the real smell set in. It tastes and smells like gone off vegetables and feet. It's so gross! Of course Pete didn't care either way and ate it but said he wouldn't eat it again which ...
... This took a surprising amount of time, maybe an hour? The line was busy then when they got through there was a lot of back and forth but it got sorted. We made our way onto the RM20 boat, watching out for man eating crocs that live in the estuary growing up to 14ft! It was a really bumpy cruise but was like a rollercoaster so was really fun!
Arrived at the Park Centre, put our bags down in a very basic ...
... 8211; a little delayed though this time as they were under staffed and nobody was available to remove the air bridge from the plane. Once that got sorted we were soon underway – takeoff was pretty bumpy and old Joey brown trousers was struggling for a bit.
Thankfully back on the ground we had arrived in Kuching, the capital of the state of Sarawak - Kuching apparently means "Cat" in Malaysian hence the existence of a Cat museum in the city which we ...
... us her red arms. To make the situation even more funnier for us a bird decided her red arms was an appropriate place to ****. And proudly looked down to almost say 'yep I just did that'. We finally got in the little boat with steph riding shot gun. With the boat filling with water and flying us in the air with every wave we weren't sure we would even see land again. Especially when we broke down...twice, allowing us to float around off ...
... of one. We set out for lunch and had a think about it. Lunch was McDonalds, where they all run to the door and greet us now (I am unsure if this is a good thing or not..?). We had a chat over lunch, and It started to absolutely bucket down with rain. We decided that unfortunately maybe Semmingohh would have to be missed this time, which is extremely upsetting as that is what Kuching and Borneo are known for. We decided that the best option for us would just be to go to the ...