Rizqun International Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... funny to watch. On the return to town we come across a local fisherman who's engine has broken, he was paddling back within one oar. We tow him back to his home in the stilt village. It would have taken him several hours if he had to row back. Then a quick ride through the village, seeing the schools, fire station and polis station. There stilt village looks quite organised, with numbered jetty's, all have power connected, many have cable to etc. ...
... 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. ...
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... really have to care which one you took). I knew I was going to need some Brunei money and there weren't any ATMs but they did have a money changer so I changed some malay ringgit into Brunei dollars for a total of about 18 Brunei dollars. An interesting thing of note, which I'd read about on the Brunei wikitravel page and then forgotten, is that Brunei and Singapore have a fixed 1:1 exchange rate. So when I got my money from the changer the two dollar bill she ...
... even opulent.
There are pictures from a trip I took down the river by speedboat. We went past mangroves among other things as we went photo hunting for proboscis monkeys. We spotted about eight of them, but as you'd expect from monkeys in the wild, they hung out in the trees eating leaves and making it hard to get good photos. I have a number of shots, but am not happy with any of them. So, the hunt will ...