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Our plans for a final trip to Pristine Beach on Saturday were rained off and we were concerned that our flight to Kota Kinabalu would be cancelled due to an approaching tropical storm, but here we are.
We came with MASwing (part of Malaysia Airways) on a 72 seater prop plane with about 20 passengers. But we got cucumber sandwiches (with …
... for boarding. Flight left on time, took 2 and a bit hours, landed at Kota Kinabalu about 8pm.
Got a taxi (didn't realise you needed a voucher so had to go back in, find the desk and pay 30Myr), but it was only a short trip from the airport to the hotel. Helen had booked this, I had left this part of the trip unorganised, thought we'd just play it by ear.
The hotel was pretty awful, the area ...
... So the only way back was by Taxi again, but at least we avoided 2 hours of Borneo Massage.
There is everything you want here and more- oh I forgot, pedicure with OPI polish only £4! Mum had full mani and pedi- cost £10.K had a hair cut £8.
People are lovely, so laid back yet friendly and just leave you to get on with your holiday, not pushy and so helpful.
Definitely value for money as I have hoped to demonstrate, but then come and see for yourselves.
Day 54. We were up an and out of the apartment early to avoid another day stagnating inside. Thankfully, the sun was making its first appearance in a good few days. We first boarded the bus to Tuaran, a town 30 minutes away. From there we had to charter another bus to Rasa Ria, where the Shangri-La resort awaited us. Utilising our mooching skills, which we had honed well in Samoa, we enjoyed a couple of hours reclining in the glorious sunshine. ...
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