Tropical Sun Inn
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... in their self sustaining house with a few rooms to rent and a small cafe. He was pretty surprised to see us pull up in his yard as, being the wet season, he said he hadn't had any visitors for over 2 weeks, and thus had no food in store, but in a true loud, brash Arizonan accent, he promised us he could knock us a classic American style burger and homemade fries..."hey uh, I could do you guys a nice big fat juicy burger and fries, with tomaayto and coocumber and I ...
Alas, rain wakes us at about 5. The time of day we are used to, the rain we are not. The plans for a walk and then breakfast somewhere on the journey have to be put on hold for another day. Still breakfast at the Hibiscus turns out very nice and the rain stops. We were going to and did spend the day exploring Puerto Princesa. It is a very laid back sort of place for this part of the world, the people friendly and no hassle ...
... pool back at the Turissimo Garden Hotel, then a fest of HBO on TV in our air con room.
We fly to Kota Kinabaloo on Sunday for up to 4 weeks in Sabah. There are 3 bookshops in KK and hopefully I'll find the final part of Game of Thrones. Mount Kinabaloo, the orang utans at Sepilok, a jungle lodge on the Kinabatangbang river and diving at Sipidan are all on the agenda, and maybe a few days in Kuala Lumpar before returning to Bangkok.
... of outside stimuli. No sound, little or no sight, no touch or movement - maybe what is hidden deep inside your mind finds its chance to fight its way to consciousness. Anyway, I found that when I saw the light of day at the mouth of the cave signaling the end of the excursion, I was deflated. Not that I wanted to see more rock shapes, but I wanted to know more about my inner self.
Our van was filled with a 7-8 other people and ...
... of bats that live
inside of the caves along with birds and other creatures & creepy crawlies.
Josh sat at the front of the boat and controlled the flashlight so that we were
able to see all of the different stalagmites and stalactites that our tour
guide was pointing out. Steve and I sat in the second row where Steve was lucky
enough to get hit in the head by a bat. Yuck. Today was one of those 'wow'
days. Our tour ...