Grand Supreme Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Park and slipped and
slid along a damp rainforest trail. Viewed proboscis monkeys and wild
boars. On exiting the park in a motorboat, some of the passengers had
to exit the boat and help push it over a shallow sand bar. Have also
visited another nature reserve and observed semi-wild orangutans swing
lazily and effortlessly from tree to tree. Met many Polish and Russian
travellers. Soon ...
... taking some pictures and had dinner, although it was much the same as lunch (rice or noodles) and Maddi, Stefan and I were joined by a Spanish guy Javi (I'm guessing on spelling). We shared stories and played some cards before heading to bed. I'd heard people say the jungle comes alive at night and that really is the case. As soon as the sun goes down the noise level just intensifies and the animals start to communicate. It's quite eerie really but in a good way. Bed for ...
... We had to watch out because once one of us got bitten you have to get to a hospital whit in an hour otherwise you will not survive. After spotting the animals we went further down into the jungle of the island and due to the high moisture air and hot temperatures it was a though nut to crack. We walked and climbed for several kilometers to find eventually a high cliff and a beach below. We de decided to take some rest and a dive into the ...
... she was then handed a large blow pipe and gestured to pop the balloons across the theatre. After narrowly missing she was moved much closer for the second aim which was no problem and then sat back down as if nothing unusual had happened. Kate was not impressed with her blowpipe skills knowing that if there had not been so much pressure she would've easily achieved another bullseye like in the Cameron Highlands. After an afternoon of wandering the village and paying to see ...
... plenty of food in the jungle and Id come knowing that there was a far greater chance that I wouldn't see the orang-utans than the remote chance that I would. But I felt I had to try given I was in the area.
The crowd of tourists trekked through the jungle to one of the feeding platforms where we could see the orang-utans if they showed up. If they don't show up within the hour, we have to leave. Of course, there were no orang-utans..... But just ...