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... I saw a guy drive by carrying about 12 2x4’s on his shoulder. I was hoping that his destination was in a straight line! The rally took us on a boat tour to see the sport of ‘gassing’, which basically involves spinning these hard wooden ‘tops’ about the size of a hockey puck, then another guy smashing it with his puck and the one that spins the longest gets the point. Quite a crazy and dangerous game, particularly when you let some overzealous, ...
... some serious searching for a few necessities Lachlan needed for our trek in Mulu.
Sunday morning we had our last feast of Frank’s home-cured bacon, bid adieu to the chickens, quails & ducks in the yard and exchanged goodbye hugs with new friends at the airport.
A very big thank you to our excellent hosts, it was an absolute pleasure and hopefully our paths will cross ...
There can be fewer more joyful notions when you move abroad, than finding out that v special friends are also moving to the same neck of the woods (so to speak) and that you may even find you can cover the distance to see them in less time than it takes to drive from Devon to Salisbury (give or take a few hours!). And so it was that the plan for this Tet (Chinese New Year) Holiday was a visit to the recently arrived Commander of Her Majesty's Forces ...
... friends we got there in the end. Had high tea at the venue before the night kicked off. Had a packed house tonight full of expectant people. Such a great fun vibe Had dinner at the Pastors place afterwards with the team and locals. Back to the hotel at midnight for a much needed sleep. ...
... us through her house. We give her a bag of sugar. It consists of a large living room with ceramic tiles and all the modern style furniture.is pushed against the walls. There is a large flat screen TV and a Karaoke machine with huge speakers. Up stairs is a large area that his been split in to 3 rooms but by the amount of dust and cobwebs these rooms have not been used for years.The family sleep in the main room downstairs on mats.
From the large ...
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92-93 Jalan Mckerron, P.O. Box 252, Kuala Belait | Hotelfrom $84