Merdeka Palace Hotel
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... It was interesting and on the first floor there was a mock longhouse and details of all the different cultures in Sarawak, most of which we learnt yesterday. There were a few sculls that had been headhunted to keep the evil spirits away. Next, was the Art museum, again shut for renovation, but the gift and coffee shop was open! We also popped into an aquarium to look at the pond life. Off back to India street, ...
... was up the ranger gets a call on his walkie-talky saying they had been found deeper in the jungle. He warns the group that we are about to go into serious leech and tick territory and if we decide to follow him, do not blame him later on if we find them on us - its our choice. And then he begins running. And I am right behind him - this is exactly the way I want to see O's!!! Nothing beats racing, ducking and weaving, through the jungle to find these creatures ...
... before it drew any blood. Rhianna, as per usual, fell flat on her bum when trying to scramble the waterfall. Dom our guide told us all about being part of the international animal rescue team and his work at Matang, a very interesting guy. After a BBQ dinner we saw lots of glow in the dark fungus, spiders, frogs, bats, and giant crickets on the night walk. Day 27: It was time to make enrichment for the Orangutan which involved ...
We arrived in Kuching (a.k.a. Cat City) and spent our first day failing at every sightseeing attempt. Our first stop was Astana, the house of a government official, which we could only admire through a gate. Next up was the Orchid Garden, which had a distinct lack of orchids. Following this, we got horrendously lost whilst looking for Fort Magareta and ended up having to get a lift there with two lovely, Malaysian women. When we eventually found it, ...
Our guide brought the minivan to a sudden halt.
“Snake! A cobra! Did you see it?” he asked.
All four of us peered from out of the back of the van and into the delta of illuminated overgrown track we had been driving along since we left the lodge half an hour ago.
‘No….” we chorused hesitantly. “Has it gone?”
Without answering, our guide jumped out of the van and came around ...