Travel Blogs from Kuala Belait
... our tickets were set and it's time to move on to the one destination I have been waiting to reach since my first big trip in 2000.
Rachel and I can't thank Brady and Gabriella and princess Isabella enough for their warm welcome and hospitality. We can only hope to be able to return the favor some time in the future when they return to the States. Thank you so much and have fun playing in the mud Brady!
... and bird watch to good effect, had recently been destroyed.
If it wasn't for the hills that take you in a loop back to the HQ through a variety of flora and the glimpses of the valleys to left and right of you as you walk through the foiliage, I wouldn't have blogged about the place - but that being said, the walk was fairly entertaining in itslef, and if the tree tower was available I think that this would've been one of my favourite jungle treks in Borneo so ...
... of flagging down a bus back to Miri. We weren’t sure how hard a task this would be, but as soon as we saw a big green bus we ran out with our arms up and I was somewhat surprised when it actually pulled over yay! We were very tired by now and fell asleep on the bus.
When we arrived back at the long distance bus terminal Chris said there was something in his shoe, the one with no sock on as it got wet. So he undid his shoe and as he pulled it off this huge revolting ...
... in Miri to fully explore ha
Anyway, enough of Miri, its the river I want to write about. There are a few ways to get to the river - by taxi to Kuala Baram (40 ringgit) and then catch a local express boat to Marudi (20 ringgit - departing 8am and 3pm). By 4WD to Marudi (60 ringgit) or for an upriver experience, by 4WD to Long San (7 - 8 hours via Niah junction and Belaru). I have taken a 4WD to Marudi - its an easy run, just a couple of hours and I've caught ...
... our laundry was finished so that we could pack up, but it was sitting in a basket, sopping wet and wrinkled. The beer might have had some influencing factor in my next decision. The miserable witch was napping on the couch and I took immense pleasure in waking her up to ask her to put our clothes into the dryer. I could have done it myself but where would the fun have been in that? The disgruntled glare that she levelled at me was made all the more enjoyable by the fact that I ...
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