Grand Supreme Hotel
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... that night we had fried squid, an oyster pancake, bamboo clams, ferns and Maddi and Ryan shared a red snapper. I don't like seafood but it was absolutely delicious! I think bamboo clams may be one of my new favourite foods. While we were there it rained harder than I ever knew it was possible to rain and we sat there for probably an hour waiting for a break in the rain that didn't come, so eventually we decided it was inevitable we were going to get soaked and headed back to ...
... Hannah-glare! At 9am we walked towards the feeding area and quietly stood around, cameras poised waiting for some of the famous guests to arrive.
The reserve is just under 500 acres and is un-fenced. The orang-utans are all rescues, either from poor zoos, if they were kept as pets, or when they have been displaced from their habitat – something which unfortunately is happening more and more these days with the explosion in the demand for palm oil and the ...
... and has government support. This is fantastic as the branch is sustainable and will be able to continue to grow.
This evening we had a cocktail party which is a euphemism for drinks and cocktail food being generously plyed upon us! The farewell dinner was a great meal and we all received a very nice cerfifificate which will go straight to the pool room for me. I am actually proud to have it.
So we are at the ...
... released into the jungle. The whole journey there, it has been drummed into us that we had to be very quiet to avoid scaring away the orangutan. All we had to do was stand in silence in the jungle for one hour surrounded by other tourists who had each paid £14 for there chance to spot human's closest animal relative (96%25 "the same" according to our guide). We had hardly got out of the minibus before it was politely but firmly suggested that we hold back walking into the ...
... and it made us all incredible nervous! We looked up to see two more females with their children swinging from branch to branch who were very cute! Alvin however seemed incredibly nervous that we ensure an escape route and be prepared to run if Richie starts to climb down the tree towards us so we all suddenly felt incredibly nervous so it was time to go! It was time for our final meal as a group and ...