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Lovely setting, good food
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Day 9- Agnes Keith Tea House Bit of a nothing day really, apart from heading to a place called Agnes Keith house. It was actually really pretty and sat on top of a hill over looking the sea. We bumped into a couple of women we saw on the river cruise too. We had a few cocktails, a bite to eat and sat under the shade of the tree. We contemplated …
Day 8 caves and river cruise We got picked up from our hotel at 9 and started on the 2 hour drive. After about an hour and 30, we woke up due to being thrown around in the van. Then there was a noise from the rear end of the van on the left hand side, the tire had blown. The driver got out, took a look,got back in and continued to drive for about …
We had an early start- feeling a bit average too, think its the air con but it's a catch 22 as its over 28degrees at night. Flight was fine only 45 mins, would have taken over 6 hours on a bus and the cost was much the same! Arrived at our hotel Saba hotel Sandakan, wow so much nicer then the last! It has windows! I think we got an upgrade as the …
So today I again showed no self control at the breakfast buffet, what's wrong with me?! It's like eating as if I won't ever see those items of food again ever. Must sort that out! Today I finished off French toast, normal toast And PB, a vegetable omelet, a bowl of cereal, various melons and a few mini Danish parties. Yikes. So I was going to …
... seemed to round the day off nicely in a kind of, life goes on type of way...
Our driver then took us back to Sandakan and we were still left with our differing views from the day. It had been amazing to see the monkeys in a natural habitat and we were happy to support them in having a better chance of survival (glass half full) but we had been well and truly enlightened as to the extent of the deforestation which could never be reversed (half empty).