Tang Dynasty Hotel
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On Friday, after some last minute shopping, we flew to Kota Kinabalu, and then took a long taxi ride to our resort. It had a charming beachside setting, with views over the bay. It is owned by an Australian, and there were 2 sheep wandering around the grounds! Unfortunately, the litter which had washed up on the beach spoiled the area somewhat. Plastic is probably the biggest scourge of the modern world. On Saturday, we ventured into town ...
... backtracking and walking involved and who knows what ruthless taxi negotiating. Arriving at the property the owner isn't there. He is off 'shopping' so I dose up on hot coffee and sit outside soaking up the night-time views of Mt KK from the deck area. magic!!!!!!!
Before I go on, this place and my time here has been a favourite for this leg of the trip. Im staying with "Jungle Jack" in his shipping containers. Each container has a bunch of ...
... would anyone want to climb a mountain?' Well, despite the fact that Mt Kinabalu is the highest mountain in SE Asia, standing at 4090 metres, there is something highly addictive about the climbing scene. First of all, most of the climbers are much younger than us, in fact, most of them would be in their twenties or early thirties. So, you get to really challenge yourself! When you are climbing a mountain all that you care about is that mountain. Nothing else matters and you ...
... for the 10am feed and waited silently on a viewing platform in the jungle to see if any came. A Ranger arrived with a basket of bananas and various greenery and sat patiently on a raised platform not far from us. There were ropes leading down to him from the forest trees. Sure enough after about 10 minutes the trees started to rustle and the first one arrived, followed by another three. 98% human cells and you could see why, they were amazing to watch and one ...
... what we resembled.
After carefully selecting our ingredients, we proceeded to the fish market on the other side of the street and got a chance to explore it. With all due respect, it smelled like someone was hiding a decaying corpse in a sac that had been left to "ripen" outside in the sun… Need I say more?