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
... even climbing roadside curbs. Rolling over in bed even hurt enough to wake me up each time I did it during the night :). But it was fun hanging out at the guesthouse and watching all the new people arrive and being able to pick those who had done the climb by the way they were walking. The guesthouse owner says she often laughs at the site of new arrivals who have done the climb as some can barely walk at all. Glad Im not the only one :).
A favourite treat ...
... petrol, which means accommodation and food are still a little more than we were used to paying in Thailand et al, but not too bad. I thought Borneo would be a lot poorer and more rural than it is, there seems to be a lot of protected jungles and forests but just in between lots of big towns. Next day the 4 of us hired a guide to take us to Niah national park, about 90mins drive away. The guide was called Kenneth and was great, he told us ...
Acclimitisation - well, that hasn't taken me long! I could settle and live here in the hotel, writing stories like Ernest Hemingway, swimming every day, and never having to prepare a meal.
You must all be finding this a pretty boring blog - nothing exciting going on, just luxurious living.
Doing my best to entertain you, though.
It was a beautiful clear morning. There ...
Early start this morning heading off to Singapore Zoo for Breakfast with the Orangutans. . As with everything else in Singapore it was well organised and spotlessly clean. Looking cool in our bright green ponchos, hastily purchased as the torrential rain set in for a few hours. Fortunately, the storm was soon over and we were able to ...