Orchid Garden Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a rather funny looking nose that droops down over it's mouth. Sadly we were unable to make that out but we went in search of more regardless. Whilst we were looking for more monkeys we did spot two other creatures lurking in the water. Oddly enough Becky and I had gone searching for them in the wild with boats in Australia and never really had a great deal of luck. But here in Brunei, where apparently they aren't often sighted, Mark and I had some luck. ...
... enjoying the finer things in life such as a nice coffee or shopping for big labels. In short I expected small Dubai within a jungle. Instead I got Braintree on heat. The place is dead. There is no one here and when there is they state that they “stay at home” for fun. We’ve located three cafes, they are all situated next to each other and every corner seems to have a KFC. We discovered a bowling alley ...
... failed to wow us and a new plan had been devised to escape this section of Borneo and on to a more exciting area in Malaysian Borneo. So the new plan: instead of a couple of expensive outlays on Brunei's national parks we are now heading to Sabah, home to Mount Kinabalu and some equally impressive parks and wildlife. We found out the best way to get there was via bus early the following morning, although going by boat did sound very cool if it ...
... la chambre la plus chère!. J'ai demandé combien ça coutait pour y dormir 10 secondes. Pas de réponses! Chandeliers extravagants, poignées de porte en or, plages artificielles donnant sur la mer, 2 piscine à l'eau de mer, etc. Etc. Devinez à qui appartient cet hôtel? Mais oui! À monsieur Sultan. Le problème c'est qu'il n'y a presque pas de clients. Dans le pays de monsieur Sultan, on ne peut fêter ...
... funny to watch. On the return to town we come across a local fisherman who's engine has broken, he was paddling back within one oar. We tow him back to his home in the stilt village. It would have taken him several hours if he had to row back. Then a quick ride through the village, seeing the schools, fire station and polis station. There stilt village looks quite organised, with numbered jetty's, all have power connected, many have cable to etc. ...