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... the way, so that was good! The walk only took us about 15 mins and it was quite an easy walk.
We arrived back at the hotel with our leftovers, and watched a movie to end the night off. We didn't go out for dinner as we were still full from our meal at cooking class. We really enjoyed that, and if we ever return we will be doing another one.
Back to Singapore tomorrow - back to civilization, cleanliness and proper food! ...
... I'll scratch yours. The bus back to Kuching was slow. So very slow. So so very slow. There was also a group of 14 year old girls that were sat at the back of the bus playing music on their phone really loudly, clearly a universal kind of thing. Tonight we need to pack, something that has become the bane of my life. Living out of a bag really is no fun. There is no two ways about it: it is grim. Our flight back to Kuala Lumpur in Peninsular Malaysia is at 7am so a 4.00am wake ...
... paid for the boat transfer to the park's headquarters and after a 20 minutes boat ride we were finally in a Bornean jungle. Well almost a jungle as the headquarters itself is quite a large compound with houses, bungalows, cafeteria - pretty much a small village. We were able to check in only at 2 pm so we just dropped our bags and went straight on to a jungle trail.
first we checked with the rangers for the best trial to see the local celebrities - the proboscis moneys ...
We were woken up at 0415 by the rooster!
Yeah the washroom has an electric shower!
Breakfast was served at 0800. Noodles with mushrooms, onion, green leaves, carrot and red pepper; Egg and vegetable omelette/fritter; a very hot chilli dip (chilli, lime, garlic and sugar); bananas and home grown oranges; Bark tea (which is very good) and Milo hot chocolate.
After breakfast we ...
... is interesting. They are logs with footsteps chopped into them. Also, the bamboo flooring was interesting and I liked the bamboo bridge. It's a fun thing to walk across. Some people turned around after a few steps, but I found it was not difficult. The best way to walk it is to just keep putting one foot literally in front of the other and keep walking, don't hesitate. The kids were good at it and had the right ...