Rizqun International Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bandar Seri Begawan
... and you even have to declare at customs if you are carrying any reproductions of the Quran (seriously). All of the women in the country were in long robes with headresses, and we (especially Nicole) certainly stood out. That being said, we had absolutely no problems while we were there, and it felt like tourists were mostly left out of the more religious laws (you are even allowed to bring in one liter of alcohol if you are ...
... even spotted several old armchairs in the water. The place seemed to be full of **** and it was generally very smelly. Thatīs how I didnīt picture Brunei and I didnīt definitely expect to find so much poverty just a few meters from such a magnificent structure that is considered by some one of the worldīs most beautiful mosques.
I crossed back to the mainland and I walked along the Brunei River when suddenly a boatman spotted me and offered to give me a ride to ...
... growing. Danny needed to run a few errands, so we went with him to the local shop, where he was handed a carrier bag full of groceries from a jetty, before dropping it off with his wife. After our tour of the village Danny opened up the throttle and we jetted upstream amongst the mangroves. En route Danny told us how Bruneians pay no tax, how they all love the Sultan (we’d probably love the PM too if we paid no tax!), how they are practically guaranteed work, plus ...
... up and then at 8pm local time (10pm AEST) the plane out of Brunei headed towards Melb took off. I watched Batman Begins and slept for a bit before watching some BBT as the plane circled Melbourne and we saw the pre-dawn city which was beautiful. We landed, I got Lyndal some perfume and I bought some Baileys and Red Label, got our bags then met Cral at the maccas carpark and ate a large mcmuffin with bacon on the drive home ...
... one dark one at a distance running across the road and then another (grey macaque?) that again bolted when we stopped. We got back to Lukut Intan and showered and packed while Fatimah tried to entice some monkeys out the back with some rice. About 10 mins later we went out there and there was a small troop of them that ran away as we got close. At least I got to video a squirrel. We had some sneaky cold cordial and home made fruit cake then were dropped at the ...