Likas Square Apartment Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... up in the now dark and got a taxi to our new place, Lavender Lodge. The taxi driver claimed to know where it was but ended up just driving us around for 20 minutes without finding it. We got another taxi and were there in minutes!
It was now 8pm and had to very quickly get ready for our night out. By 8.30 we were in an Indian restaurant on KK's waterfront, enjoying a really nice meal. After our dinner, we went to a nearby bar and were so shocked ...
... Nicola's male alter ego, the womanising football fanatic beer swigging lager lout Niko first made his appearance. Whenever Nicola wears her long sleeved Malaysian football top (the only long sleeved top she could find in the whole of Malaysia) it opens us a window into Niko's soul, and what a guy he is. For the duration of the trip with our Dutch friends there wasn't five minutes that passed without a Niko joke. Yvette has now also taken the name Niko and coined it as a new term ...
... ensured an endless supply of local fruit for us travellers to try - Ive been gorging on mangosteen again..mmmmmm fruit of the gods..... But after it being insisted I that I try durian again, I am no closer to liking it. I can put up with the smell; its the texture and taste that I find difficult to handle. Its like savoury (almost mustard like) custard flavour and texture. yuck. I let Jack gorge himself on that as he thought he was in heaven....
... teach us how to eat Malay style with our hands! We stayed out for another while to take full advantage of happy hour an met a couple of guys who were crew on one of the massive boats moared up, one was from NZthe other from California. Two more of them joined us later a young girl from Melbourne and a guy from the UK but lived in Aus, apparently there were 14 or 18 crew in total! We had a few more beers , tequila and headed home a little merry about ...
... had gangsters, drug gang lords, kung-fu all resulting in gory high death tolls – the locals seem happy enough though – wholesome family viewing. First impressions were that Malaysia is a lot more developed than what we’d seen of Indonesia. Sepilok was a 6hr drive away, it’s a small village famed for its reserve for orphaned and rescued orangutans, and is surrounded by rainforest. As it took so long to get there we spent the rest of our first ...