Promenade Hotel Tawau
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... for the group in Tun Sakaran Marine park. In the end though, we went almost two weeks without any real ‘fresh’ vegetables, running low on water & fuel and generally being nervous about this state of affairs. Also, the rally politics boiled over on many occasions, including at the final dinner where one of our organizers recapped the rally highlights and lowlights, and a good 10 minute dressing down of the ‘breakaway group’ which got really ...
... until we come to a park. Just like home the park is setup with gym gear and examples of how to use it. There are also some ladies selling drinks and fruit. We have a bag of fruit, pale pink, like an apple but not with a salt and spices sprinkled over. It is delicious. Finally we stop for lunch at and Indian curry shop. Lunch is curried prawns, fish and squid. Yummy. We walk around the back ...
... days in it already and so I felt it would be a shame to back down now. I was on a mission of making my visa, hoping the next day I will finally manage. My fake ticket was ready and printed and presented in the Consulate of Indonesia...the question of where I wanted to go in this country was confusing to me...I've done no research, so I said...JUST AROUND??? Bam - Bam the Visa was glued into my passport. Perfect, easy and simple as that! Ready to ...
... Valley (annoyingly we could have gone to Lahad Datu in the first place, rather than Tawau- stupid receptionist!). The receptionist suggested a day at Tawau Hills park instead.
Tawau Hills Park is a small reserve 28km outside the town and has impressively thick jungle with various walking trails throughout. There is a trail which leads you through the jungle up 175 steps until you reach the tallest tropical tree in the world. This is a Shores Faguetiana ...
... either Manado/Kota Ternate/Kota Ambon via Balikpapan or Makassar which not only would have been expensive but also go against my philosophy about using ferries, buses and local transport whenever possible so decided i'd take it. I thus had the rest of the day to kill so wandered into town to get some lunch and do some 'sightseeing' just to pass the time. Upon my return to the port at 6pm people were already boarding the ferry so i did likewise even though it ...