Grand Borneo Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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As our final day on Gaya Island, we chose to do a repeat of yesterday. After the amazing breakfast buffet and cappuccinos, we took the boat over to the other beach and lounged and lounged until sadly it was time to depart. Allan had somehow managed to get a significant sunburn while snorkelling the first day, so he was not spending much time in the direct ...
... to carry out their daily tasks. No stone was left unturned; shopping, ironing, driving, sitting, lying down and picking up baskets were all covered. At wits end in the face of this never-ending story, the microphone was finally handed over...to another physiotherapist, who proceeded to fill the remainder of the hour with similar topics applied to the post-natal period. After one hour of being spoken at came another, in the form of the morning ...
... soon joined by his sister. Amber and I were a little more reticent, but by the second verse we were all in, happily gambling our dignity away in front of the taxi driver.
Unifying sing-alongs can ameliorate situations when reserves of family bonhomie start to wear dangerously low. And this was very much the case when we arrived at the hotel and saw our room. No window, the most rudimental of en suite facilities and very little in the way ...
... I felt I had seen the best of Borneo and it was time to say goodbye. Maladi contacted me and we arranged for him to take me to meet his colleagues and students at the Institute. We spent all morning there (I scrubbed up quite well for the visit!) and I was introduced to all of the Faculty Deans, the two Vice Rectors, the Rector and loads of fantastic students. The campus was brand new and everyone was very proud of it. Maladi was the perfect host and I ...
... troops had to use the manchetes to make a path, checking their compasses and gps.....Then "they"decided to go up and we all as survivallers followed slipping, hanging on bamboo's, helping eachother and yelling to keep in contact with the front and the back! After a couple of hours through the jungle we came on a path! hahaha a real path! Again we followed...the wrong direction we found out later, no waterfall but a great day with big fun. We were close!
Ian invited us in ...