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Over priced food for what you get
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... 261;cej po dnie jaskini. Następne 15 minut spędziliśmy brodząc w niej starając się utrzymać równowagę na śliskich kamieniach. Nie było źle- woda sięgała jedynie do połowy łydki. W planach było dotarcie do skały pod którą jest przejście do Rajskiego Ogrodu... ale po dotarciu do skały okazało się że przejście jest zatarasowane drzewem i ...
... by a Chinese temple before ending up in little India. Tailors are called 'kleermakers', Portuguese delicacies are sold on the street, Muslim prayer rooms can be found in every public building and restaurants and shops all have those very common small altars used for making Buddhist sacrifices. Georgetown, where I started, was absolutely amazing. Situated on the island of Penang, it offers an old town, a China town, a little India, a beach, a few state of the art ...
... cave does not have electric lights to light the path. You walk through the darkness of the cave using your own headlight. Occasionally there is some light from a natural hole in the cave top or somewhere, but for the most part you are in the dark shadows.
This cave is as natural as it can be. The crevices are deep and often close by your footing, which is slippery because of all the bat dung. There is no guide so you are on your own to explore and must ...
... have my bathing suit on that day, but I wouldn't have gone swimming anyway. I only had a couple of hours before the park would close at 4pm and I really wanted to complete the circle hike.
And so I started climbing the hills after the Finnish couple, past the tree house (which was closed due to some broken steps) and a third waterfall. The climbing turned out to be a lot tougher than I remembered, I was bathing in my own sweat by now (humidity today 75%) and I was ...
... and rice porridge for breakfast!
Frank, his wife Mary their daughter Darlyne proved to be excellent hosts for the next few days. Running 1 old friend and 2 complete strangers, (myself & Ore`, a French girl we met in Kuching,) around town to book our next adventures, catch up on banking & showing us the sights. Mary made sure we were well fed, and each evening ended with ...