Holiday Inn Hotel Kuching
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... case the rain came down. Luckily it didn't, so we went for refreshments in the Shore bar and met Billy Morris an American guy who has been running the bar for 4 years now. We told him about our trip to Indonesia and he must have text Anto as he told us that he said hello. We then bought our provisions for the 6 hour bus ride and then back to hotel to get ready for dinner! Saturday night, but I think early night again as early start. We have to get up at ...
... making jewellery, weapons or tools. So I pottered from tribal house to tribal house, munching on little nibbles that I picked up at each house, stopping to take pictures with my tribal men in butt flaps and learning how to use a hunting blow gun. Fun. Again, throughout the day, I just kept meeting friendly people and never stopped interacting. One older couple from Sri Lanka that I met there are insistent that I come to Sri Lanka and stay with them ...
... centres such as tiger temple in Thailand. To finish we saw an incredibly moving film about Pelensi the Orangutan who got caught in a farmers trap for about 10 days before he was found. Once he was rescued it was already too late to save his left hand which sadly had to be amputated. After several days of uncertainty that he would survive he built up his strength and began adapting incredibly quickly to loosing a limb. He was then ...
... camera ($1AUD). We did a quick run around, not looking at anything, just taking pictures and hoping they turn out okay. Quickly head back out and the taxi and its driver are nowhere to be seen! GRRRRR. We see a bay of taxis though and contemplate getting one of those. Better not, here comes our taxi. We told him that we wanted to go to The Springs Shopping Mall and he took us there, the fee totaling $30AUD. What an expensive free museum that was!
We had a look ...
... that cut Sarawak in half. The inhabitants of the surrounding villages are the Dayak or Orang Ulu, which translates into Original People. They have lived in longhouses long before modernisation hit Borneo. The choice of living is that of a communal one. Everything is shared from food to thoughts. Unfortunately, due to bad planning on our part and lack of guides in Kapit we were unable to visit one first hand but have sighted many along the river. On returning to Kuching we decided ...