Tune Hotel - 1Borneo, Kota Kinabalu
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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In Kota Kinabalu, we stayed in a hotel which was basically part of a huge shopping centre (hypermall), which meant we didn't really have to go far for things to do or food to eat, which was pretty lucky, because there was very little else to do.
After a couple of days of wandering around the hypermall and going to the cinema there, we got …
... of us have quite got over yet - she's not allowed to be ill if she's throwing perfectly good fruit on the floor. (This is a highlight of the day which may sum up today's blog!). Lunch was in a small cafe where I had a nasi lemak curry, the same dish as I had near the bird sanctuary in KL and Gemma just had egg and soldiers as a feel-good, home comfort food. We also ordered some three-layered drinks, Gemma's a coffee and mine some weird ...
... repellent and climb into my slightly sweaty hammock ready for the early morning boat ride.
I awoke at 3am. The students couldn’t sleep. A loud conversation had kicked off between hammocks “Emma, are you awake?” “Cynthia, is that you?””Have you been to sleep yet?””no, have you?””no – I’m too scared”. “Helen, is that you? Will you go to the toilet with me?” . ...
... or so in the water! Once we'd finished up here we headed over the road to see the Rafflesia flower - the largest flower in the world. With no season for them to bloom and only lasting 5-7 days once bloomed we were very lucky to see two at the same time. They were located on private land down a little dirt track hidden away from the general public but the 80-90cm diameter flower was impressive once we'd got there. A bright red colour it was pretty to look at ...
... so I will do this at home early next week and repost.
We dined at the fish market again and I took a few photos along the way.
The photo about the 'please don'ts' needs a bit more explanation. Often Malaysian toilets have no toilet paper (intentionally) and instead use a sort of bidet. There is a small sort of shower rose by the toilet to clean yourself with. However, the custom ...