Holiday Inn Hotel Kuching
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Tuesday 4th October 2005 What a morning! The two of us woke up with stinking bad moods. My bad mood was because I couldn't find some money I had hid away in my rucksack (I was trying to hide the money from anyone planning stealing it - not myself), but I forgot I was Hide and Seek Champion at my scout group in 1989. The money was needed to pay for …
Rob and Anjali now fly five and a half hours overnight on Malaysia Airlines from New Delhi back to Kuala Lumpur. After a couple of hours snoozing in the airport, they catch a two hour flight to Kuching, the capital city of Sarawak province in Borneo. The unexpected in Borneo We didn't really know what to expect when we decided to go to Borneo. We …
Kuching is probably the most livable city I have been to in Asia: Lots of green spaces, excellent colonial architecture and preservation, top-notch museums with lots of upgrades underway, a wide river cutting scenically through the city, decent traffic, lively markets, a town centre small enough to easily walk, lots of bars and cafes, lots of …
... a mattress and then taken back to the hotel and then by road to a hospital. Jayne managed to drop and dent her new water bottle. We continued on to a longhouse, were greeted by the chief and had lunch using yesterday's ingredients cooked by our driver. The rain stopped for our return boat journey which was much more pleasant but we were cooked in our wet weather gear. Cooled off in the room ...
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