Likas Square Apartment Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... then sat down to enjoy a feast which also included a tuna and okra curry, eggplant sambal, prawns and the crab cooked in a butter/milk sauce and beef with dark sweet soy sauce. This was followed by a coconut milk and ice cream dessert and coffee with traditional sweets. It was all delicious and we could have stayed for hours chatting but we had an appointment with the Orangutans. Melina kindly drove us the 40 mins north to ...
... like will be more independent proper travelling. We will be under our own steam with a hire car and moving on every few days initially going up to Port Douglas and Daintree and working our way down the east coast. I feel really excited but also like it's all a dream again, it's strange - maybe it will just always feel like a wonderful collection of holidays and not a big trip! I think I'm a little home and friends and family sick too - I'm more of a home bird than I ...
... jungle. We were to stay in a basic ecocamp – a temporary set up that would be returned to the forest at the end of the season. The first job on arrival was to construct our hammocks. Not a skill taught in the secondary curriculum in Dorset, this task proved a challenge, leaving several students broken and in tears. As darkness fell, only a few hammocks had been erected successfully and all hands and headlights were needed to complete the task. The camp ...
... in tow, happily showing me how they had replaced a capacitor or resistor or some such other electronic bit that had been fried by the over-voltage. Still totally skeptical I let them on board and they re-installed the board. To my absolute shock and surprise, the unit fired right up! There were smiles and high fives all around (even they were excited to have fixed it), and they quickly removed the other unit and hurried away to repair it as well. With both units repaired for under ...
... and I stayed on at the lodge, moving to the dorm next door which was both deserted (so private) and unbelievably cheap. We fancied some more trekking so took a hike over the forests to a viewpoint looking out towards the South China Sea. This required some scrambling through the vegetation which we enjoyed, though Hannah's snake paranoia went into overdrive with the signage suggesting they are both common and potentially dangerous. And the endless snake-like tree roots ...