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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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Travel Blogs from Kota Kinabalu
... massive waves were crashing over the marina entrance, and the 40 knot winds were making manouevering virtually impossible even with both engines. When we turned stern to the wind it would catch us and push us along at over 3 knots even at idle. We both nearly collapsed with relief and exhaustion as we passed through the entrance to calm waters behind the breakwater. We still had to maneouver through a narrow passage between boats in the dark, avoid a power boat backing out towards us ...
... 5 minute journey to Sapi. 3 more hours of snorkelling and we head back to KK, as it is known. Did some research regarding the bus to Kudat tomorrow and then of to dinner. Seafood again, started with an oyster omelette and finished with some salt and pepper cuttlefish. A couple of beers to wash it down and then back to the room for a couple of drinks and ...
... I am really enjoying my stay at this hostel - the wifi is great, there's a nice hangout space, good food, clean facilities, etc. I've lucked out with my hostels the last few places - Siem Reap, KL, and now KK all had absolutely fantastic hostels. Anyways, back to today. I got up and had breakfast - corn flakes and banana in milk with toast and jam on the side. Delicious. I had a little extra time in the morning so I did a few pieces of laundry in the sink and hung them ...
... Mutant Ninja Turtles film. It got turned off after less than an hour... Of significance, however, is that today marks the 7th week of elective! It's flown by relatively quickly and yet we've done so much in that time. With three and a half weeks still to go, there's lots more adventuring in the pipeline for the time ...
... bottom, and the challenge is getting from A to B back to A. Getting back to A was a struggle. I knew this Mt. Kilimanjaro was exactly the same, am impact to the knees. What made it easier for was to run, but Kinabulu was so steep (hence why it can be done in one day) makes this theory only possible for the local, or the mountain runners, who compete at this every August, the record stands at 4.5 hours ascent and ...