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... sunbear rehabilitation sanctuary and we lucky enough to see three of the little bears coming near the platform for feeding time. In the same way as the orangutans, these little bears have also lost their natural habitats due to the complete deforestation of Borneo in order to fill the entirety of the green space with palm trees for palm oil (unfortunately vey difficult to avoid as it seems to be in absolutely everything.) Kate also took herself on her own little bird watching ...
... teach us how to eat Malay style with our hands! We stayed out for another while to take full advantage of happy hour an met a couple of guys who were crew on one of the massive boats moared up, one was from NZthe other from California. Two more of them joined us later a young girl from Melbourne and a guy from the UK but lived in Aus, apparently there were 14 or 18 crew in total! We had a few more beers , tequila and headed home a little merry about ...
... a big dingy with a paddle each and a helmet and life-jacket for safety. We were told by our guide, Arie (pronounced 'Arry!) that we had 13km of river to travel, encompassing 7 rapids of varying intensity and difficultly, ranging from grade 2-4 (7 being a waterfall). We set off, and quickly found that what looked like small, innocent patches of white water were actually powerful mountains that crashed over the boat ...
Tuesday 5 to Sunday 10 August – Malaysian Borneo, Part 1
Our flight to Malaysian Borneo took us to the city of Kota Kinabalu, the capital of the State of Sabah. We stayed at the Winner Hotel, and its location certainly was a winner, right in the middle of the city with great views of the waterfront and sunsets. Having dumped our bags we made a beeline straight for the waterfront night market to grab some of the local cuisine; Zoe had freshly BBQ'd tuna, and Dan ...
... but mainly piggy in the middle before we had to leave around 12ish. Surprisingly as we made our way back to town centre the day was starting to brighten up, the complete opposite of normal! On the way back we went to Yee Fung for the last time (there's gonna be a lot of last times coming up!) and I had what has been my favourite meal of my time here, the laksa and ice lemon tea. The afternoon was spent going around the shopping centres for the last time and buying all our ...