Swiss-Belhotel Borneo Banjarmasin
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- Continental Breakfast
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... the amusement of the lads. We cottoned onto the game pretty quick and then took up the challenge on the afternoon on the Starboard side to a game of mixed doubles...well that was hilarious...I being the youngest female and these three musketeers we were beaten by an 80 year old!!
The FOrmal night was fabulous that night, dressed in my blue sequin dress, Glenn in his suit with matching blue tie and mum having had her hair washed and set, looked ...
We left Bali, a group of 6 for the long pilgrimage to the jungle home of the native Dayak people in south Borneo. For the 'rainbow gathering' (hippie commune in the jungle, for 1 month).
This involved numerous long bus and taxi rides and 2 boat rides. In all a 5 day affair of non stop traveling.. Quite absurd when the flight was probably much cheaper! but it was all taken as part of the group experience (and to avoid supporting the consumption of excessive ...
... any fat wave....screaming like a mad man! At first strong waves would drag me and the 8 foot board under and barrel me for a while leaving me panicky and wanting to give up. Getting barrled hard and dragged 10 metres over corral its easy to panic... Half the surfers had fat scars or broken bones.... But i figured ... Pragmatically your under for only really 20 seconds max ... Once i learned to relax it was fine.. And i changed my attitude to ...
Banjarmasin is a big city--it sprawls for miles--but does not have big buildings or much tourism. We landed at a tiny airport (half of the planes were prop planes) and made our way into the city to figure out how to leave the city (to get into the jungle and see Orangutans). We looked into getting a bus, but it was filled up for the next day already and flights on that day were expensive, so we had to wait another day to ...
... s ornate Balinese architecture. Our first day in Ubud we went for a delicious dinner near our guesthouse then headed to an cultural dance performance at a local Hindu temple. Complete with 100 chanting men, ornate dressed dancers, and even a man who walked on fiery coals...it was quite a night! The next day we headed down the road from our hotel on the aptly named Monkey Forest Road to the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. Before entering we bought a ...