Likas Square Apartment Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... in the jungle in the dark, this time spotting a huge tarantula, more crocodiles and witnessed many more proboscis monkeys swinging from tree to tree.
That night after dinner we shared a few beers, which soon became many beers, and it wasn't long until we were all singing along very badly to the jungle guides guitars and tambourines, they had a somewhat small repertoire which centred around Hakuna Matata, Wonderwall and Home of the Rising Sun. It was also during this ...
... Time to head home the following morning and Jack has insisted that you just 'hitch' a lift.... or there are minivans that come past from time to time. Great.... I have to leave early to catch a flight. I stand on the roadside from about 0730 waiting for a bus but open to hitching if the right person comes along but its not my first choice as I know no one at home would be pleased with my decision. Eventually this very unusual (hippy bogan) german/nz ...
... are currently bushing up on, mostly at the bar hahha!! We got dropped at our hotel, it was very basic, literally couldn't swing a cat but it does have the added time saving devise of giving you the option to shower whilst you use the toilet! Ingenious!! Simon can now cover the 3 S's in one hit! We ventured out while our room was being cleaned and went off wondering with our massive back backs around ...
... attached itself to her trousers. An American insect lady came and took it off Kirsty, unhooking its claws carefully, and then proceeded to put it onto a German insect man who she had been talking to about it. She kept saying to the man, I hope he doesn't bite you!
Even if we had wanted to explore further the heavens had opened again, all morning it was heavy, and even after flying up ...
... biggest flower in the world, and we got to see all three stages of the flower- bud, full bloom, dead black flower. It was truly spectacular to see.it was growing near a river, on a small farm. The family who owned the land charged everyone A$10.00pp to be taken to see the flower. They had a walkway set up to get us to the flowers and back away again. It was expensive for Malaysia, but it seemed to be their livelihood, as they didn't seem to do anything else apart ...