Rizqun International Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... we headed off to Kota Kinabalu in Malaysian Borneo. Mark wanted to check out the market nearby and I figured it was probably time that I bought myself some new shoes. We headed on over to the mall first so I could get new shoes so I didn't cut myself on anything in the market. We'd seen Toms in there the day before, most of which were pretty ugly. But when I got there they showed me a few more. I very almost bought another black pair, even though I had ...
... on my list of things to do in Brunei – I wanted to soak up some culture, meet the people and see amazing things. Seeing as I managed to fit all of that into one morning Mark and I opted to take the $1 journey to Jerudong Park up in the north of Brunei. When we arrived the park was also dead. They started up the roller coaster for us and Mark was allowed to go on the trampolines (I was apparently too heavy). We even had a go ...
... in town to grab some tea, an ingenious plan to do some cooking at the hotel was formed. The hotel kitchen didn't have a hob, oven or anything other than plates or dishes which made it all quite a challenge. Noodles, mee goreng sauce, onions, green beans and some frozen veg were our ingredients; a kettle, one largish bowl and one big spoon were the utensils; Gemma the master chef (I was sorting some clothes washing for us). Gemma is a self-proclaimed ...
... that has existed for 600 years. It exists in the city on an island. It seems that the villagers speak their own dialect. One problem I noticed is the fact that not all the houses have sewers and the river has become a sewer and a dump on wide open skies. Believe it or not, I saw television set floating on the river!. Then we went in front of the "cabin" of Mr Sultan. I learned that he had 300 Rolls Royce of different colours. 1. I didn't know there existed ...
... centre, but it has closed. Two ladies in a car stopped to help us, they drove us to the government run guesthouse. We got a room for $30 which is well within our budget. The 2 ladies run a tour company so we also booked ourselves into a day tour to the Ulu Temburong National Forest tomorrow. The rest of the day was spent wandering around this small town, tasting some local dishes. We made it back to our accommodation just before the afternoon storm hit. ...