Holiday Inn Hotel Kuching
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... Jenna's travelling with her boyfriend, Dillon, and they are all part of our weekend group.
Lots of fun ahead of us the next 2 days, before we return to Matang on Sunday night, for 5 days of work & 1 day at Semonggoh Orangutan Center. At night, after preparing our own dinners, we've been hanging out together with one of the few volunteers that live together with us in the 2 homes next to each other -- chatting, playing Uno and cards, ...
... were in our life jackets and on the boat, we set off on the 20 minute trip on the South China Sea. It really was beautiful and at one point, the guy driving the boat stopped to look for dolphins because they sometimes see them, but there was no sign of any. When we arrived at the jetty at the park, we were pointed in the direction of the park HQ, where you had to register which trails you would be walking. On the way there, we saw a couple of proboscis monkeys in the trees, ...
... look at me using public transport like a proper backpacker) and then had to schlep about a mile up hill to the viewing area. Talk about hot! There won't be any selfies of me and the primates for aesthetic reasons... Before the feeding had even started, the 2nd biggest male, Edwin was spotted in the car park. These things are enormous! They look all cute and fluffy but given that they split coconuts ...
... one where it couldn't have been to far away. It was just very good a hiding from us. We also saw scratch marks in the trees made by sun bears and bark pulled away where they had slid down the tree like a fireman and his pole and ripped the bark off it was really cool and interesting to see. After out four hour walk, and wade ...
... 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!