Sabah Oriental Hotel
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... wind', this refers to the country being smack in the path of the prevailing typhoons yet always escaping the worst as they pass over the area. As the rain persisted on and off, we had no option but to sit undercover at a place called 'Toscani's' an Italian/Spanish restaurant on the waterfront. We had quite an enjoyable meal a little cheaper than the previous evening. We did notice on the bill that a 10% service charge and 6% GST, which obviously hikes the bill you may have ...
... He looked up, hunted around for something to eat, returned to whence he had come, whilst we watched the children crawling under a table occupied by another couple, the irony! We left for the airport at about 12.30, one of the guys who had driven at one stage on our tour picked us up. I couldn't help but reflect on what a great bunch they all were, friendly and sincere. I recalled a conversation we had with Robert a few days earlier when we ...
... times to remove the smell of marijauna. Fortunately security didn't hear this and in good time we were in the departure lounge and I tucked into a large breakfast of pig related products in preparation for a month in Malaysian Borneo. Prior to boarding, most of the students had made to the allotted meeting point (a large, luminous car, easy to spot). "Where’s Horatio?" we declared for the first time this trip. Horatio was the loner of the trip. A ...
... including anesthetic and filling. Cost? About $60 Canadian. Wow. They even look good and the problem seems to be fixed. Now I know why Malaysia is a medical tourism destination of choice, particularly for dentistry.
The local Shell station in Labuan would only allow 20 litres of diesel at a time per person, so it took us 4 trips to get our need 160 litres. The duty free status of the island was perfect for us to restock on our favourite (mainly Aussie) wines and beer, and since ...
... he seemed to be actually posing for photos, it was an incredible sight and one none of us will forget. His mum then snapped the thin branch she was sat on and fell out of the tree almost onto someone which was very funny for us and totally undignified for her! It was a very humanlike bit of slapstick and she looked a bit embarrassed by it.
Apparently the guys who work at the cave sometimes leave fruit around the park and so the orangutans do nest nearby at times. I ...