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Brad and Laura arranged a birthday surprise for me. Fishing on a Lake. Very nice relaxing day. Went to stay at an ex pat house with his family.
Next day went into kk to look around fix brad up at a hostel and finally drop me off at the airport for flight to jakarta. The first leg of my journey ...
... encara tenim coses per veure, com per exemple les plantacions de Sabah Tea. Quan hi arribem esta plovisquejant i ens quedem a dinar al restaurant de les plantacions que té una vista molt maca. Fem una petita degustació de tès amb diferents aromes i mengem una mica abans de tornar a emprendre camí. Just quan tornem al poble que està a la base de les plantacions veiem que fan una espècie de festa major. I com que a mi, ...
... my face fell a mile. £200 for some trips, £100 basic day trips and the cheapest to the Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre (half a day) for £70. My budget couldn't possibly stretch to those sort of prices. How could I come to Borneo and not see the Orang Utans?! As I was walking out of the new shopping mall a young man from a brand new travel agency was touting for business. I explained what I wanted to do and together, over a cup of coffee, came up with an ...
... and piled my plate with beef, fish, prawns, crab, jellyfish and squid. We then spent to the next couple of hours cooking our own food (or attempting to!) which was really good fun. I'm so glad Harold organises these meals otherwise we'd have missed out on all these lovely meals and unique experiences of Borneo. After eating a ridiculous amount of food between us Harold gave us a lift back to the hotel and was already ...
... Centre. The Centre works in conjunction with Sepilok Rehabilitation Centre taking in the youngest orphans who need to progress through Stage 1; they are normally under 3 years old. They stay at the Rasa Ria for between 2-3 years before progressing to Stage 2 at Sepilok. The Rasa Ria currently has three
Orangs; two males and a female.
The first viewing we had this afternoon was just inside the main gate to the ...