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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Kota Kinabalu
... that had similar weird bubbles to that of bubble tea - just not nice basically! Optimistic for recovering enough by tomorrow, we booked a tour to see some of Borneo's vast selections of wildlife on a riverboat cruise for tomorrow afternoon and evening. This counted as quite energetic and tiresome, so walking through the central market we found a nicely chilled mall and sat down for a bit. I forced lots of yoghurt drinks on Gemma (and some ...
... on for sometime and whilst I had been sleeping peacefully, I was no longer. It quietened across the forest briefly before the eerie sound of morning prayer drifted across the river signifying dawn and at this point I abandoned any attempts to snooze off again. After an application of DEET and a fresh teeshirt, I was ready to board the boat ready for a dawn ride up the river. Forgetting their woes for a moment, the insects, the unfamiliar food, the discomfort ...
Our Borneo tour ended with 3 lazy days at the beach. Not the sunniest part of the trip because mini typhoons decided to keep us company, but relaxing days without the heat and with plenty of quality time together :-).
Now that we left, we may admit a little detail: we almost canceled the trip. Because of the aftershocks of the earthquake (which we felt ones, 4.3) and a ...
... was covered from base to peak in thick white cloud. The mountain was on our 'hit list' to conquer, but unfortunately because of the recent disaster, the mountain and surrounding national park were closed to the public for the foreseeable future.
Typically the bus dropped us at a station just outside the city centre, but with a little help from trusty iPhones we managed to suss out the local transport and catch a bus to within walking distance of a guesthouse we'd found on ...
... to be reconstituted later. Apparently one of our fellow passengers saw a large rat scuttling around! The highlight of the tour was the beautiful Chinese temple. This was adorned in gold, red and orange and was packed with buddhas, and chinese warrior statues and dragons. Simply stunning. Back on ship we did a bit of sunbathing before getting ready for a captains club cocktail party and then dinner. One of our ...