Hotel Shangri-La Kota Kinabalu
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- Refrigerator in room
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My worst nightmare has come true - bedbucks! I had been scared off having them in the bed since I learned about them and then yesterday morning Jack woke up with a long line of bites on his arm. He just mumbled his typical "it's nothin just a rash", so I didn't think more off it. Later on in the afternoon I discovered all the black blotches on the sheets and it started to dawn on me what was really going on. We told the hostel's employees straight away ...
... had many displays of traditionally built longhouses made out of woven bamboo. They had a model house from each of separate tribes in Sabah as well as a skull house where the skulls would be hung along with shells and reeds. The village area was quite empty, just me and a group of young school girls who followed me around saying, “Hello, hello, hello!” It was worth the trip to the museum to get one last history lesson before leaving for ...
... world made each and every step more than worthwhile.
It didn’t take long for the cold to set and the wind to pick up so we decided to descend down into the clouds below. It was only when we were headed down and could clearly see the path we had taken up that we realised just how difficult it was, I mean who rock climbs in the pitch black with no safety gear?
Chris and I had planned to get the bus from the park entrance at 2:00pm so it didn’t give ...
... last year and it was the first item on my agenda for Borneo! But I digress...
As I heard the south of Borneo affords similar jungle experiences at a much lower price and a with a better nightlife to boot, once I was able to move again, me and my friend, Dan, who is traveling Borneo with me, decided not to stick around to see Kota Kinabalu and the surrounding area. We took the first boat south, and that's where this entry ends and the next one ...
... with it’s tongue out we ended up with a few really good shots. We must have seen over a dozen and they were so docile photos could be taken from as close as a few feet.
Both of us had been looking forward to a swim as although the cold showers we have been having so far (not by choice) were refreshing there is something about a cool dip on a tropical island that really hits the spot. The snorkeling was great and we were even lucky enough to ...