Harbour View Inn
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... which is supposedly the most biologically diverse in the world, has a number of waterfalls connected by some hiking trails, which wouldn't be much fun or all that safe in the rain. I made myself a cup of tea and some toast and settled in with my book. No need to hurry now.
An hour or so later the sun had returned and I decided to go after all. I took the bus to the Boulevard Mall north of town and luckily remembered how to get to the long distance bus station. If ...
... and rice porridge for breakfast!
Frank, his wife Mary their daughter Darlyne proved to be excellent hosts for the next few days. Running 1 old friend and 2 complete strangers, (myself & Ore`, a French girl we met in Kuching,) around town to book our next adventures, catch up on banking & showing us the sights. Mary made sure we were well fed, and each evening ended with ...
... to have my wonderful helper who comes in for three hours every day and cleans, cooks and irons just about everything. However, meeting Rosie and seeing her work made me think there might need to be some inservice training exchange between Brunei and Vietnam - Rosie's knicker folding trick had to be seen to be believed and will leave me forever dissatisfied with my underwear drawer, unless I can remember how she did it and train my helper to do the ...
... fighting our way through the crowds and haggling for some bargains, returning to our hotel just before the next downpour to checkout and head to the airport to catch our flight to Miri. When we reached our hotel in Miri we were greeted by our very enthusiastic guide Rony. He is an absolute delight and extremely informative, with a smile to die for. We all met for a briefing and headed out to a ...
... quick for a boat that seats about 100 people in a long narrow compartment of about 55 meters. It is also good fun to sit on the roof as these boats race up the river with the jungle flashing by on both banks. Lots of houses and settlements along the way but mostly other boats piled high with tree logs coming from up river. Every now and then you pass large tracts of land that have been completely cleared of all trees. The are few wooden houses but more and ...
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