Promenade Hotel Apartments
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... to have breakfast before our 07:00 departure. Breakfast was pretty decent consisting of toast, sausage and eggs. It's pretty hard to mess that up. From breakfast we got back on the same speed boat that brought us to the island and headed back to Sandakan. The sea was again very calm for us so we made good time. I plugged my headphones in to try and drown out the engines which we were seated next to. It was pretty relaxing on the boat. We arrived back at the jetty almost ...
... amounts of sunscreen, will I never learn!
I made the most of the most of the tepid waters and took every opportunity to go snorkelling. Walking in off the beach the variety of tropical fish was pleasantly surprising. They kept me amused for hours, being rather inquisitive they would make eye contact and surge right up to my mask before darting away at the last moment. Whilst the coral wasn’t colourful the ...
... After their chastising, Kenny and his pair of gimps laid low at the riverside smoking den.
After one last night in the jungle, we were woken at dawn to deconstruct the camp ready for the next chapter of our adventure. Hammocks were much easier to put down than up. Baggage was repacked. Kenny was unhappy. “Miss, I think that cat has been stealing my things”. “Right Kenny.” “Yes, each night, I left a pair of socks by ...
... with duct tape and didn't even attempt to rip off the stupid tourists...what was going on, this wasn't right!!??
That evening we met up with the rest of our group and our tour leader. There were 15 of us all up and it seemed like a pretty nice bunch. The youngest was an 18 year old Gen-Y out of Perth, and the oldest was...yours truly...yep, I've become THAT guy!
One of our party just happened to be a young ...
... the bins.
We caught the last boat back to shore at just after 4pm, by which time the seas had calmed enough for the boatman to decide on race against the nearest boat back to shore.
The delicious feast we'd gorged on at El Centro was enough to tempt us into a return on our last night. We enjoyed some more tasty fulfilling Mexican food, but this time without the mojitos.
The next day, after exchanging our Ringgit for Rupiah, we took a bus to the airport and boarded a flight to ...