Telang Usan Hotel Kuching
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Telang Usan had everything you could ask from a hotel. The rooms were generously sized, the wifi worked, there was AC, the breakfast was plentiful and the reception was 24hrs. Just don't flip the mattress and you'll have a great night of sleep.
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Our flight from Singapore to Kuching on the Malaysian side of the island of Borneo lasted just over an hour and gave us our first taste of Air Asia, who we will be using a lot over the next couple of months. Thankfully the flight was smooth and we arrived in Borneo before long. As luck would have it, we picked the Trainee queue for our Malaysian …
... of rewarding work at Matang, met a bunch of great friends, and survived the elements. We both agree that we definitely enjoyed the experience. There were just 2 periods (1/2 day) that we were pretty fried and not happy campers -- but considering it's a 21 day adventure, I'd say we did alright for sure. It's definitely time to go, we did what we planned, and had enough fun and everything else -- onward. Just arrived ...
... the need to go explore a city I've never been, so I went walking.
Stumbled upon the famous "Drunk Monkey Old Street Bar", and hung out there a while. Nothing fancy, but a pub sort of feel, and a few people to chat with. Met Andrew the bartender, from Leeds UK, and Rachel the Tiger Beer girl. Told her about my short visit in Phnom Penh Cambodia where we drove past the large mansion belonging to the owner of Tiger Beer, but ...
... at it!!!! The flight with air asia was ok but sometimes we heard some strange sounds. Kuala Lumpur Time for some luxury! We stayed at Toni's father which was really kind. It was near the Kl tower and the petronas towers so everything was really close! With Sultan we went to a skybar overlooking the city and to the batu caves with 360 steps. We also ate a lot of lebanese food and sushi. It couldn't have been more perfect! We only stayed ...
3rd May: Big brother was at Kuching International Airport to pick us up. .. The "Welcome to Sarawak" new signboard and the metallic hornbill at the Stampin Flyover were welcoming sights!
It was lovely to see parents, brothers and sisters and we tucked in to Mum's Sarawak laksa with belachan prawn paste! Dad loved the colorful tablecloth his grandchild Abby had given as it showed the many places including Whangarei where ...