Tiara Labuan Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... As next day arrived I was going with the others for a plate of the breakfast standing in line just like ducks. It felt like in the old days, were people were getting food on a ticket, and so I was standing here with my ticket waiting to get my share of food. Lunch time arrived. Pepe showed up with a serious face:
''Come with me'' He said.
''Am I being arrested?'' I asked.
''Yes...'' Pepe responded!!!
I fallowed Pepe in silence. It turned out he is ...
... up the atmosphere. When we got back to the hotel, we had a brainstorming session as to where to go next and decided as we only had 4 days left in Borneo to head back over to the west side of Sabah, closer to our necessary airport.So off we went to the bus station where we purchased a bus ticket to Kota Kinabalu for 7am. Then we had a quick dinner of rice and curry before heading back to our lovely hotel to pack and make the most of our big comfy bed with an early night. ...
... the steps up. After dinner and a beer last night we went back to our room and I took by mistake some one else flip flops. At that point it was dark and didn't noticed that they were black instead of dark blue until that next morning! Of course they were gone when I had a look. So after checking out we went to the dining area to play some games until it was time to dive. And right in the middle of the steps there were my flip flops:) I took mine put them in my bag and left the other ...
... in Sipadan. The city can really clean up and capitalize on western tourism but that was not to be seen. MONEY/FOOD I slept in a dormitory the entire 2-week stay in Malaysia, and paid on average $9-10 per night including toast and coffee in the morning. Not too bad. The local food was also decently priced at around $2-3 which was about the same in Indo. The food was pretty good for the most part. Although, I don't think I spent enough time in Malaysia ...
... to his house he asked if I liked radio, and he took me to the local radio station which he seemed to manage too! We went on a little tour of the station and saw the editing studio etc! Looks like Justin is the guy to know in Nunukan! haha.
We got to his house and I said I needed to use the internet so he said hed take me to an internet cafe. He brought out an amazing bright purple Yamaha motorbike. I said I ride bikes and he let me ride it into town! Geeza! He took me into ...