Holiday Inn Hotel Kuching
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... in was that they actually changed which flight we were on to Bali and didn't even tell us. It didn't make any difference but was very unusual (imagine if we hadn't of noticed)! Our new flight actually ended up getting delayed for an hour or so but it didn't really matter as we weren't due to fly our of Bali until 10pm. The flight only took 22 minutes this time and again the air hostesses never actually got out of their seats. The landing was quite bumpy again and I've come ...
The day started with an amazing breakfast buffet which everyone got VERY excited about - we felt out of place as we gawked at all the yummy stuff on offer and spent a good five minutes staring at it all trying to work out what the best strategic plan was. We might as well fill up on the 5star free breakfast!
Fortunately the weather was looking much better than yesterday so we were able to take off and make it to Kuching. We didn't stay ...
... from Kuching and had come on a week family holiday to the resort for the school holidays. As we left the pool for Bardy's afternoon nap, Amber asked us if were gong to the pool again today and we replied that we MIGHT go to the slide around five. Although we were late due to Bardy oversleeping, we were pleased that we did go because Amber had been there looking out for him since well before ...
... and there were no more engine hiccups. We learnt that the power outages at the Lodge, being served by a diesel generator, were frequent but not long-lasting.
The World Cup Final was played on our second night there, and the staff were kind enough to let me and a few other interested customers watch the game in their quarters, the only place with a TV. Kick-off was at 0300, and most of the staff, some 15 or so, had got up to watch the ...
... place:borneoheadhunters and that they made traditional tattoos
besides the typical electric gun .
And how is the traditional method? The ink is inserted into the skin using a needle, attached to a stick bamboo, which in turn is hammered on with the other bamboo cane. Sounds great, right?
On one hand , I couldnīt stop thinking about having a tattoo , but I did not see me with something for a lifetime yet. Finally ...