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... seca. Feina 5 dies que havia florit. Però la segona era del tercer dia i el noi que ens la va ensenyar, era un erudit de la floreta aquesta. Ens ho va explicar detalladament. Ens vam sentir molt especials per haver pogut veure aquesta meravella única.
Al dematí havíem pensat de quedar-nos a dormir per aquí a la part més muntanyosa, prop del Mont Kinabalu que per cert, avui es podia veure perfectament bé, amb ...
... for the 10am feed and waited silently on a viewing platform in the jungle to see if any came. A Ranger arrived with a basket of bananas and various greenery and sat patiently on a raised platform not far from us. There were ropes leading down to him from the forest trees. Sure enough after about 10 minutes the trees started to rustle and the first one arrived, followed by another three. 98% human cells and you could see why, they were amazing to watch and one ...
And there was me thinking prayer day was Friday; there was another call this morning at 0430; shorter than yesterday admittedly, but when you are awake you are awake. So another
early sunrise for me; have to say they have all been stunning. Also becoming
a bit of a geek where the planes are concerned; I followed the first one in from a little bright dot in the sky ...
... back to the hotel. We met up with Sam in the evening and decided to try one of the restaurants on the seafront as Sam had been recommended one to try called ashea (something like that!) that served local food. I had the schezuan chicken with rice which was very nice. Afterwards we went for a drink at one of the nearby bars and enjoyed a few hours of relaxing and enjoying a couple of beers (my first beer in almost 2 ...
... ship negotiating the
channel through the islands and docking.
After breakfast we wandered along the Waterfront checking out the Central Market and Fish Market before heading off to find the Sabah Tourism Building (constructed in 1916 to house
the Printing Office and later the Treasury, Audit Office, Town Board,
District Office and the Attorney General’s Office); it was one of only ...