Sabah Oriental Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... t see a single fly!!
KK is the place to book treks up Mount Kinabalu. To my disappointment there is no accommodation available in the park for over a week, so I won't be able to do the climb! Very frustrating. So Plan B is being worked on!!
I stumbled upon a locals seafood food court this evening. Tanks of fish, shellfish, prawns and lobsters of all sizes.... You chose the fish you want which ...
... battles it ended with a dead heat, but not as you might expect: Jade winning the sprint race and Paul winning the splashing contest.
Another round of fantastic food for dinner and breakfast (vegetarian again and again in monstorous portions) and we were up to our last day on the island. We decided to take the boat across to the private beach on the other side of the island. It's was cool because it had a few extra things that you could do. ...
I skipped going to gym, we had brekkie and left about 8:30, drove north to Shangri La Rasa Ria, an amazing resort. We finally found parking and walked in, got directions to the nature centre but still got lost, paid our 65myr each (couldn't do the canopy walk cause Mike and Alanna were wearing thongs.
We watched a brief movie about orang-utan rehabilitation, then walked with he group ...
... to NO PORK signs around the state. Chinese run restaurant where the only part of the pig they don't eat is the squeal!
Menu choice was pig intestine, pork herbal soup, pork liver, pork feet, pork leg, belly pork, ball balls- no what you think, and vegetables and rice. We ate everything except the intestine, liver and feet. With Chinese tea the bill came to £3 each.
You want Sea food- fresh? Then go to the Filipino market where you can chose it alive or ...
... on the banks of the river and a tribe of monkeys swinging across rope bridges. Mr Aji even took the time to enlighten us with some of his personal animal calls (these would prove invaluable to the rest of our trip), he genuinely was King of the Jungle! We genuinely couldn't have asked for a better end to our week in Sandakan but it was made even better by the goodbye we received from Sea View Hostel. #prayforellaandruth ...