Kuching Waterfront Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKuching Waterfront Lodge
The Waterfront Lodge is a very nice and clean hostel. It is very good located and it has a very good free WIFI.
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... didn't go to Borneo to see orangutans in cages but I'm incredibly grateful I got to visit the sanctuary and learn how people are trying to make a difference. In the afternoon Maddi and I decided our plans for the rest of the time in Borneo. We had thought about doing a trip along the river but with the weather as bad as it was and only having a short amount of time, my gut instinct told me it wasn't a good idea. Ryan, Maddi and I went out for food in the evening and ended up at ...
... chill for a bit. There we sat for a while, eating our highly nutritious picnic lunch of Mister Potato crisps, mentos sweets and peanuts whilst gulping down gallons of water to make up for the river of sweat we lost. A very special place indeed, just brilliant to sit amongst it and watch the forest do it’s thing and we were the only ones there!
Soon enough we needed to make the trip back to the ...
... a quarter of a mile from shore. I was a bit nonplussed when Rik said, "time to get out" but the water turned out to be barely 2 feet deep with a good 8 inches of rivermud lining the bottom; and we squelched ashore clutching our bags and shoes above our heads. As far as wildlife spotting goes having Rik as our guide on hand improved the experience about 500%. By the end of the day we had seen some wild bearded pigs (complete with stripy piglets), an emerald green tree ...
So the final day is here at last. On the Cambodia build we were clearly done by the last day. Those houses were a simple open plan, small dwelling with a separate toilet and outside, BBQ style cooking. These houses are semi-detached with three small bedrooms, a living area, and another room for a kitchen I think. We started the bulid thinking we could do all the brick laying and plastering apart from one outside section of wall which ...
... Not quite as exotic as I was looking but I'm eating heaps. Pip and I dined with a really interesting Canadian guy who has retired from a super stressful career in oil and gas and is trying to sort out what he will be doing with the rest of his life.
On on. There'll be time for philosophical rambles about poverty and the great Habitat model later. Right now I need ZZZs for another busy day tomorrow!