Sabah Oriental Hotel
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... 5 minute journey to Sapi. 3 more hours of snorkelling and we head back to KK, as it is known. Did some research regarding the bus to Kudat tomorrow and then of to dinner. Seafood again, started with an oyster omelette and finished with some salt and pepper cuttlefish. A couple of beers to wash it down and then back to the room for a couple of drinks and ...
... the green fields in the shadow of the huge mountain behind us. Once we regained our breath we headed to the national park at the base of Kota Kinabalu for a delicious lunch and a guided tour of the botanical garden. We were all knackered and were pleased to get into our dorm beds that night with an early start the next day to the jungle. Half way through the night a girl on the top bunk above Nicola started fitting and clearly needed medical attention urgently so Kate and ...
... able to understand. doh! so its a typical Sarah style mad dash through town (sweaty and feeling dirty as always) to pick up my backpack from my accommodation and head to another bus station to catch another bus to Mt KK (about 90kms away). I just made the last bus of the day! phew! Finally I can relax.....although I don't really know where Im going, I just have a hand drawn map. Im a bit uneasy that I'll make it on my first attempt and not excited at ...
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In the evening, we watched the sun set on the beach, with the most ridiculously strong gin and tonics, and cocktails! The bar was covered in fairy-lights and surrounded by huge flame-torches, and we thought we were honestly in heaven, except for the Christmas soundtrack in the background!
We had a pretty incredible dinner at a restaurant called Teppenayki, where they cook the food in front of you. The ...
... would anyone want to climb a mountain?' Well, despite the fact that Mt Kinabalu is the highest mountain in SE Asia, standing at 4090 metres, there is something highly addictive about the climbing scene. First of all, most of the climbers are much younger than us, in fact, most of them would be in their twenties or early thirties. So, you get to really challenge yourself! When you are climbing a mountain all that you care about is that mountain. Nothing else matters and you ...