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... generally calm winds we motor-sailed in the sunny weather, arriving at our current location in Kota Kinabalu in the late evening. We initially went to the marina but there was no place to anchor and they are charging $35/night, so we anchored off, and have endured three nights of heavy seas so far. We moved over to the other side of the bay and parked in front of the Shangi La hotel there to try and avoid the swell from the north that plagued us the previous nights. We did get one ...
Last week we flew to Kota Kinabalu in Borneo, Malaysia from Cebu. It is on the northeastern part of the island of borneo. We went to a traditional Harvest Festival with cultural shows and exhibitions from over 30 ethnic groups from Borneo. It was really interesting to see so many different cultures in one place. Most of the groups originally lived in the jungle in "long houses" built ...
... Island is run by a conservation group and every night they collect the eggs from turtles that beach to nest, transfer the eggs to artificial nests and release batches of baby turtles back in to the sea. We were incredibly lucky and got to witness a 1.5m green turtle lay 55 eggs. We then released nearly 100 baby turtles that had hatched that night back into the sea. All in all it was a once in a lifetime experience, and the fact that ...
... out for street food for dinner though and had satay. I basically ignored the sauce they put out though - it had curry in it and was generally an unpleasant texture and I am a texture kind of foodie. It was alright otherwise though. Got to the airport in the morning and think I might have been a little scammed. The guy at the check in said that it was ten ringgits to check in at the airport. I've flown Air Asia at least three times already and they've never said that ...
... idyllic but for the lack of water and food, was a TV. I kid you not. So I watched the latest All Blacks game instead.
We depart Snake Island for Palau Tigu which is your quinitessential tropical island complete with snakes, monkeys, and monitor lizards. Not that I saw any but it was faithfully reported to me that they were there by the land lubbers.
We snorkeled for about an hour enjoying a lazy time of wonder seeing ...