Trekkers Lodge Kinabatangan
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... Crusoe, about to embark on another adventure.
The boat left at around 2pm and once we managed to leave the port and the horrific amount of rubbish that inhabited the shores behind, I began to notice change as the bronzed oiled water turned to a clear turquoise blue. The transformation was instant and suddenly I felt free and at ease, I dared to believe that maybe the island oasis we dreamed of before coming to The Philippines was an actual reality. We passed ...
... who we met on the bus from KK to Kinabalu National Park. Others on our tour were Berber and Michel from Holland and Joanne and a French/American couple currently living in South Africa.
On the way to the lodge we tried two ATMs but all of our cards were blocked, winner! Here we go again! Luckily we had already paid for the three days but we were worried we didn't have enough cash ...
After our last included breakast at D'Villa Rina Ria's we went out the front, half an hour early to wait for the bus. We literally had just crossed the road and hadn't even put our bags down when the bus going to Sandakan turned the bend and pulled over for us! Amazing timing! I thought just going into the road and waiting for the Sandakan bus would be quite difficult as there were so many but we were very lucky. There were not however any free seats available so we sat at ...
... Orang-utans are looked after in different stages which we watched an informative documentary about at the centre. As infants they are cared for in every way possible and slowly taught how to climb, as they gradually get older they are distanced more and more from humans as much as possible with the eventual goal of them being released properly into the wild.
Once they are released into the rainforest the Orang-utans are of course pretty reluctant at first to move on. ...
... dense jungle let me tell you, besides from that I was literally sweating buckets as it was incredibly humid. The trek wasn't too hard until we came to muddy areas and of course I stepped badly and got a little stuck in the mud, so much so I thought I was going to loose my gumboots to the mud. I did get out only to get stuck again a little while later, sigh. It wasn't all bad, the jungle was of course beautiful and we saw some interesting bugs along the way, plus the mud, as annoying ...