ParkCity Everly Hotel Miri
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... in particular. We also offered the agents some drinks and they were thankful in the scorching heat. By this time it was about 5 PM and as the agents departed they boarded their boat and went straight to shore. What a stroke of luck for us to get cleared in last of the day and being one of only about 6 boats that actually got cleared and were able to take our ‘Q’ flag down. Strictly speaking, you are not supposed to go to shore until you are cleared in to a ...
... 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 ...
... bloods and a check up once home.
Christina very kindly stops on the way home to buy her some congee which is a rice porridge very comforting food.Also some bananas. However back at the condo, she goes to sleep and doesn't want anything.After a while, I head out to Chinatown with Christina, her staff will check on daughter in an hour and hubby will be back shortly after.She is sleeping so I take the opportunity to have some ...
... 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 ...
... I LOVE wearing that sari. I have no idea what I'm going to wear it for, but it is going to happen!
I also learned HOW to put on a sari. While my pleats definitely leave something to be desired, as does my tucking I think I look mostly Indian. For those who don't know, a sari is basically six yards of fabric. That's it. Ok, you usually wear a little top with it as well, but the actual sari itself is just one giant piece of cloth. You ...