Grand Supreme Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... about a 5km trip in total but in this humidity it would still be hard. We arrived and after paying 20RM to the park officers for a bit of a briefing and a map we headed off up the road.
The walking was a steady incline for about 30mins up a fairly boring concrete road that leads up to the summit, the only thing of interest was a frog pond along the way which was a stagnant brown affair and we ...
... a quarter of a mile from shore. I was a bit nonplussed when Rik said, "time to get out" but the water turned out to be barely 2 feet deep with a good 8 inches of rivermud lining the bottom; and we squelched ashore clutching our bags and shoes above our heads. As far as wildlife spotting goes having Rik as our guide on hand improved the experience about 500%. By the end of the day we had seen some wild bearded pigs (complete with stripy piglets), an emerald green tree ...
... to Cat City (Kuching). Outside the hotel are cat statues! After having checked into the hotel which is very nice albeit rather dated, we checked out our view and explored the hotel. We chatted to the concierge about trips as we want to do so much and then walked along the river to the centre which is not far. Found an Indian market and also what looks like Chinatown. Stopped in a bar as really ...
... the build just like that. For me it has gone by in a flash. The builds are a fantastic experience. A great opportunity to be part of something bigger than yourself, working with similar minded people who are trying to help our fellow human beings.
From here we move the Rest & Relaxation phase. Tomorrow we are visiting an Orang Utan rehabilitation centre in the morning and I hope to organise a city tour for the afternoon.
... without it. Luckily, she wasn't hurt and it was very amusing for everyone! That night we attempted to sample the Kuching nightlife. This started with a few beers and a round of 'On The Bus' and ended in the smokiest bar with a drunken, Irishman's spit all over our faces. Needless to say, we've had better nights but at least we managed a bit of a head bang (literally)! The next day we took it pretty easy and visited a very uninspiring ...