Holiday Inn Hotel Kuching
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... is, they moved very slowly and not where you wanted them to go. We also had one of the worst tour guides, he was loud, repetitive and boring! We had a stop at a pottery factory which was just a shopping opportunity for many. We then had a short walking tour of the heritage area of Kuching past the historic Jalan Courthouse, the Chinese merchants and temple and the Kuching waterfront. We left the tour group and found a ...
We've done well in terms of injuries and illnesses -- stayed completely healthy, no troubles at all, and no injuries. Haley did get too close to one of the orangutans while doing work in that area. He grabbed a hold of her tank top shirt and bra strap in one quick grab, and wouldn't let go. She pulled back, but he wasn't going to let go, and part of her chest was exposed for a moment. A great majority of the time ...
... and along the river, which will take another 2 1/2 hours to the tribe. The long boat ride was an experience. Just after we got into the boats we rode into the storm clouds, although travelling along the river was a really cool experience we could hardly see a thing with rain pelting at us. We even had our sunglasses on just to stop the rain hitting or eyes. ...
... there is always that artificial element and the feeling that you're imposing on someone in their home. At least with the museum you knew it was going to be touristy and you were prepared. We went with Ooh Haa Tours and Travel (RM100/pp for entry, private transport and guide). Yusef our guide was really brillliant, he was very jolly always laughing and really funny. He took us on a guided tour of the seven different long houses. We walked through ...
... the size of a typical hotel room - and it would house all of the women and children of the family, as well as the kitchen, while the men typically slept in the covered area outside the door. So, the most important feature of a Bidayuh longhouse is the long, covered common verandah – with a springy bamboo floor – that’s used for economic activities, socialising and celebrations.
After seeing the orangutangs in ...