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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... to exchange their homemade goods for salt here in Kota Kinabalu and then bring it back to their villages. This means, that we'll be transported 45 km away from the city, from where we'll need to cross 4 mountains, 12 rivers and more. This we'll do in 4 days, and i'm certain, that i'll be pushed to my limits, both physically and mentally. The last three days we've relaxed here in KK, where we've explored the night life, taken a trip to the Perdana Park and slept A ...
... the emptiest of the 5 islands. It's neighbouring island Tiga, is where they filmed a channel 4 series called Survivor! These islands are beautiful, tropical, with white beaches and turquoise sea. It's a little odd, as something so beautiful is rather spoilt by hundreds of Chinese tourists! We managed I find an empty spot at one end of the beach though, ...
... sea was equally beautiful and a lovely breeze as we sailed along. Joe left us at 4pm and after saying our goodbyes to him, our gang headed back to our bungalow for showers before a well earned meal. I had to laugh though, Oat had the biggest wash bag of everyone, he had so many creams, moisturisers, gels and "stuff" and he made me use his very expensive snail cream (not sure what it did, but my face smelt nice)! I must admit that he had the most amazing ...
... arranged fir him to take us on city tour etc, we saw all the sights including the university aquarium, the campus is great David would love it I'm sure from there we went onto the Sabah museum and heritage centre that was very interesting we got to go inside the long houses the local tribes used to live in, not sure that I would like to live in them they seem a bit wobbly to me they are built on stilts, I suppose that is ...
... and save your Havi's for the beach (or tread VERY carefully) 4. Next time you're at the gym don't avoid doing a full set of squats - in moments like these you'll be thankful And remember, if you're travelling alone and you do fall and get covered in wee, at least you're not with anyone who can tease you about it later! (See... solo travel has it's perks too!) NB. No photos for this post for what I hope are obvious ...