ParkCity Everly Hotel Miri
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Average in every sense but a welcome relief after 5 days in Brunei
2 days diving with Cocodivers, nice reefs and and oil rig wreck but nothing spectacular - no competition for Sipadan and Brunei.
A stop off at the end of our trip
... There were sink-holes leading to giant 'U-bends' deep underground, and some passages even exited in holes above us in the ceiling! Less expansive but more visually impressive was Lang's cave, showcasing some beautiful formations that are countless years old. There was a nice pool outside of the cave entrance where we had a dip, the water was flowing from cracks in the rock at the far end of the pool straight from an underground spring! The park cafe was a ...
... adventure began. Have you ever tried walking down steep hill covered in guano (bat's ****) with nothing but a torch and sneakers? It is interesting. With combination of walking (ppl with good trekking shoes), slipping (rest of us) and cursing (mostly me) we made it down to enter a river passing through the cave. Darkness and slippery stones made the walk very entertaining leading to the passage under the big rock which... turned out to be blocked. Apparently our group was the first ...
... so to walk around and have a look and take some pictures and then had to join the group again to go up to the 86th floor (out of 88) at 370m.
From here (we visited the north eastern tower) we had a good 330 degree view around Kuala Lumpur (about 30 degrees were blocked by the only thing as tall as us - the south west tower :-)).
The Petronas Twin towers were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004 when they ...
... of the sun on my side. I also really dislike airports that have landing strips that are basically right up against the water (Kota Kinabalu being another example). It doesn't look like you're going to make land until you are basically on the runway itself. Anyways, we landed just fine. Puerto Princesa airport is fairly small - ours was the only large plane at the airport, and there were only two planes total (there was a little prop plane as well). I ...