Rizqun International Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... itself. As the plane was slightly late leaving, I Facebooked until the plane was literally reversing away from the gate!
As predicted, I slept the entire flight (having three seats to myself to lie on). Suddenly, we were flying over Borneo (the world’s third largest island). This would be the largest island I had set foot on to date.
I sailed through immigration and customs as I only had my day ...
... aviserne er fulde af bekymringer over olie- og gaspriserne. Britisk kronkoloni til 1984. Ex stormagt. 4 grader nord. (og helt uden for sammenhæng: Vandet i ...
... when the buses to Miri are, although I vaguely recall that there is an early morning one and a mid-afternoon one. I don't remember reading about a late night one but the internet sometimes has incomplete or out of date information about the bus schedules and services in random places. Even worse than the situation yesterday is that there is no wifi at the youth hostel for me to get on and try to figure something out. And no charger where I could plug in my ...
... runners and ankle socks on which worked great in the jungle but not so well in the creek. Despite trying as hard as we could to keep our feet dry we inevitably came to a place where we had no choice but to wade into the creek and our shoes and socks were saturated. The creek got to knee deep in parks so any hope we had of saving our shoes were dashed pretty quickly. The waterfall was ok but probably not worth ruining our shoes for. The pool at the bottom of ...
... wooden bridge which connected the mosque to one of the water villages and then on to a road which would take us back to the hotel. We started walking across the bridge and we soon realised that the bridge wasn't all that sturdy and was rocking about and there were missing palings . If we fell off we'd end up waist deep in muddy swamp. As we were walking along (slowly) a local whizzed past and told us which side was best to walk on. We decided the best place to walk was on the nails ...