Grand Borneo Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with our colleagues on the rally. Just at dark we made our way back to the dinghy and I mentioned to Ginette that I had an eery feeling about our anchorage this time. That feeling turned out to be prophetic.
We enjoyed a glass of wine on the trampoline and pre-cooled the boat with the A/C. At about midnight I got up to turn off the generator and the A/C, and when I looked outside I saw that it was starting to blow pretty good. I turned on the instruments and went to the ...
... see it again in twenty minutes on a plate. One such creature of the sea, suspecting foul play, made a leap for freedom that Willy would be proud of. Unfortunately, he only succeeded in flapping about on the floor before being placed back in his prison. The dinner was tasty but by no means the best I've had in Malaysia, although my intrinsic dislike of fish probably didn't help. Definitely worth the experience, but not one I'm likely to repeat again too ...
... background. It was good fun being able to choose your own fish, prawns, vegetables etc. The girls got to watch the meal being prepared (not for the squeamish as some of the seafood was still alive when you chose them). Market is definately worth a visit for at least one meal when in ...
... earlier too! So dangerous! Luckily it ignored me but I knew to remain still and sway my head from side to side until help came (crying at the same time is optional!). On the boat ride back we decided to arrange a "reunion meal" back in Kuching....for that evening! (We were all going our separate ways after that). I still can't believe I did the whole trip, including accommodation for £17.70! When I arrived back at my hotel, I explained where I had been and I had ...
... t make it fun with our rucksacks sticking to our backs! Emma had booked a bus to Lahad Datu at 7:45pm so at 7:10pm we went to the place where (we were told) it was leaving from. But there was no sign of a bus and nobody else waiting. Some random guy told us we wee 9km away and he would take us there for 25mr (about £4/5). We were very sceptical of this guy.... But after asking a few of the bus ...