Sabah Oriental Hotel
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... 2014 A swanky breakfast of toast and jam included we indulged before our pick up for the day. The tour consisted of six people; ourselves, three people from Singapore and Jafar from Saudi Arabia - we only took note of his name because of Aladdin. The journey to Kinabalu National Park was two hours or so from Kota Kinabalu but did give us an opportunity to see the breathtaking scenery we had missed on the coach journey the previous evening. As we rose ...
Arrived after 22 hour journey via Doha, KL and onward to Kota Kinabala Sabha otherise known as North Borneo in British rule.
Totally laid back. Had a walk down to the harbour and along to the fruit, veg and fish market with most amazing sights and smells and the freshest fish, just caught and loaded from boat to stall.
K thought he had pulled with a lady, only he didn't realise that ...
... 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 ...
... We had certainly had our adventure on Mt Kinabalu!! A couple of hours after breakfast it finally stopped raining and what a difference it made. The climb down was actually pleasant - we barely stopped as we were charging down to get our late buffet lunch. We felt so good when we saw the famous Timpohon Gate with the sign 'Welcome Back Climbers'
At our late lunch we sat on the balcony and the clouds had cleared and we finally had a clear view of the summit. I ...
... out and I got some laksa and Chinese tea from the restaurant down below which we ate in our room. From there we went to the Regalia building where we left our shoes outside, dropped our bags into a tub and followed an Old mate and his 50-odd year old American tourist as he explained what the current Sultan is all about, his learnings, ancestry etc. He is the 29th Sultan and has ruled for 47 years, tracing an unbroken male line back to the ...