Holiday Inn Hotel Kuching
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... and the history of the music they play, at the end they would all play, sing, jam together it was fantastic , the female Kora player, Sona Jobarteh (one of the only female players in the world), Lindigo (fantastic band from Reunion Island).
Favourite bits from Shona; I agree with Paul about the workshops, we went to different ones sometimes and they were always just wonderful, so much energy and care about the music they make, the passion these musicians have ...
... in an absolute stunning hotel that Mel found on Tripadvisor. The Ranee Suites had only been open for about a year, but the owner had done an amazing job converting a pair of shops into a 20ish room boutique hotel. We felt a bit guilty with the extravagance, but this was a holiday after all, so we soaked it up. For Mel this was unfortunately the end, but for me it was only the end of Sarawak. Now it was on to Sabah, and goodbye to anything like this kind of luxury.
... their bare hands I stood back. It's quite compelling viewing just watching them watching us. Eventually we moved into the jungle and that's where Edwin cartwheeled down the rope which I caught on video. In all I saw 5 or 6 of them of all different ages and sizes. It's such a privilege and something I definitely won't forget in a hurry. My photos are a bit rubbish I'm afraid but trust me it was ...
... river back to the long house we had a bit of a swim in the cold fresh water it was amazing. We then had a rest until dinner wheeee we helped build a washing line rack off the side of the house. Not a lot of the stuff is drying though in the humidity! Had a lovely day, all pretty exhausted now so off to bed or settled down at half 10 ...
... Small mammal and as you can guess by it's name is very slow an it has massive eyes, much like a Tarsier. The ranger had only seen two in two years of being a guide! Lucky! And also two tarantulas!
The next day we just sat around watching the funny proboscis monkeys before we got the bumpy boat back round the coast. An amazing few days in Bako and one of the cheapest national parks to visit with some amazing wildlife to see. Definitely recommend it!