King Park Hotel Tawau
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... to speak of. We did manage to get some rain water from the local police station, and upon hearing of our plight with the provisions the police/special forces personnel offered us up some military ration packs that included rice, canned sardines and coffee. They were incredibly generous and friendly and we will never forget their offering of help. We ended up making some delicious rice dishes with the packs and shared with the group during Ginette’s Scavenger Hunt which ...
Today is a chill day. Bevan is not well, so we have decided to just tramp around the city to see what we can find. Breakfast is a standard noodle and fried egg with a coffee. A few hours later it is a Roti Canai and coffee, then time for a walk around the waterfront. The tide is out today, it is surprising quite clean. The sand is very active with crabs and mud skipper fish. We wander around ...
... Sunday, the immigration office was closed and so I could not cross the border. Strike two...next day arrived. Early morning I was ready to get on that boat and finally cross to another country. It turned out all the information on the internet about crossing the border are simply wrong...No more visas on arrival. I needed a visa! ****, it couldn't get any worst! It made me doubt if I should have cross over or turn around and head over to Burma..but I ...
... was good and our hotel was very good value and really quite nice, plus they served rainbow cake with breakfast :) Early the next day we did some frantic Internet searching but could not find where the office in Tawau was so we asked our hotel reception staff who really were friendly. They said the office is not here but in Lahad Datu. They tried to call the office for us to double check but got no reply. The realization slowly hit us that we were not going to make it to ...
... ferries to Toli Toli in north west Sulawesi but they all said that ferries didn't sail there anymore. Very annoyingly they don't sail to anywhere else in northern Sulawesi such as Manado or Bitung either. They did inform me however that there was a ferry (the KM.Thalia - not a Pelni ship) sailing for Pare Pare in south-western Sulawesi that night at 10pm. As my only other possible option would have been to get a boat the next day to Tarakan and then fly from ...