Likas Square Apartment Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... surrounded by a large moat. While the dress code meant that we couldn't go inside (Paul had his short skirt on again), we wandered around the complex before walking back to the town centre along the promenade that ran along the coastline. As tends to be the way of these things, we were walking back and saw three guys setting up drum kits - random! - so we sat to watch them play together for awhile as they all took turns at improvised solos. We then wandered back ...
We were going to get a taxi from the hotel but they brought around one without a meter, from our last experience we wanted a meter! Just ended up walking instead, probably about a 20min walk.
Found the dive centre desk again, booked and paid for our island trip. We decided on 2 islands - Sapi Island and Manukan island. Got a deal which included snorkel and mask as well as a beach mat for 100MYR each. Decided against ...
... the article (which of course is on chinese) to us, so we're looking forward to that! Now it's tuesday, and i'm back at the hotel (almost ok). It's impossible to describe this experience, and right now, it feels as though i'm still not back from the jungle, and also as if it happened many years ago. Here are a few things i've learned about trecking in the jungle: - Everything is trying to hurt you! The plants have spikes, the insects are poisonous, the rocks are slippery and ...
... branch for no particular purpose. They seem to have a real playful carefree nature. Other highlights were the sun bears, otters, gibbons and proboscis monkeys. On my way out I grab my driver and I a local ice-cream - glutenous black rice flavour (yes, with real black rice grains through it). Not bad! It tastes like a frozen rice pudding. I try to convince my driver to drop me off at my accommodation to save me some time but his English isn't sufficient ...
... We looked into prices and availability, but even if it hadn’t been chocker we’d probably have said no anyway – sadly it seems there’s a bit of a monopoly on accommodation, guides and permits, and the costs associated with them, so the climb would cost us up to £200 each. That almost equates to a week’s food and accommodation elsewhere on our travels, so we reluctantly decided to give it a miss. At least we saw the summit though, even if ...