Novotel Kota Kinabalu 1Borneo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Kota Kinabalu 1Borneo
No holiday is complete without some hiccups. But all was rectified. Love their breakfast spread at the Square.
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... I last saw the time around 3.30 and I'm up at 5.30 for the morning river ride. There is a thick mist hanging over the river and Cairo tells me it's going to be a very hot day. He was right!
The river is quiet, some more monkeys, a large crocodile slinking into the river from the mud banks, some hornbills and oriental style birds and that's a wrap. It's breakfast back at the lodge with the macats squealing around us before the 2hr ride back to Sepilok and the Orangutang ...
... so misty that we only caught glimpses of the top. With that and the rain it would not have been much fun up the hill. Yesterday we made our way to poring hot springs, our room was really quaint with a little veranda and a white picket fence (almost). As it was to early for us to check in we decided to go for a 4hr walk/climb to a waterfall. It was a decent trek over rough terrain and after it we ...
... from ESSCOM – our military escort that we will pick up in Kudat that will help us navigate the bandits on the southeast coast of Borneo adjacent to the Philippines.
We received a very informative briefing from our organizers, ESSCOM and our Indonesian organizers for our next ‘leg’ that will begin in August. We also found out many facts about Borneo and in particular Sabah – which is in the top three regions in the world for biodiversity on both land ...
We left Masada Backpackers at around 8.20am to go wait at the bus stop to get a minivan to the Kinabalu National Park (RM25/pp). We ended up waiting over an hour and a half as the van needed to fill up with passengers. It wasn't a bad journey, nice little van, 2 hours or so. We arrived at the park and were dropped off randomly at D'Villa Rian Ria's and dumped our stuff in the completely empty dorm (RM30/pp), before ...
... the store for us to buy what we all wanted. Tee and Jack share the same ability to convince people to do anything and I have a chuckle at the likeness in their ability to persuade and influence and as well as their generosity and mad love of Durian.
Life at Jacks is simple. Its an open air kitchen (basically some sheets of metal over a gap between the containers) and a help yourself environment. Jack is laid back and very generous in spirit. ...