Tiara

Address: Jl. P. Antasari No. 16, Pangkalan Bun, Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Jl. P. Antasari No. 16, Pangkalan Bun.
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      Travel Blogs from Pangkalan Bun

      Couple of days to relax.

      A travel blog entry by amy.marvell on Mar 16, 2015

      Just laying low exploring a little bit of sandakan, watching movies, going for a swim in the hotel pool. Spending a lot of time chilling as our trip come a to the end and after a hectic 2 weeks in the jungle and then couple of weeks before that travelling down from Thialand. We even got our room up graded so we are on the pent house floor with a really nice room and comfy bed :) yay!!! ...

      Back to civilisation

      A travel blog entry by amy.marvell on Mar 15, 2015

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      ... When we reached the jetty we got onto the large coach which we would travel on for the next four hours stopping in the middle for lunch and a look around the local Sunday market. We then got off again at semminggo wildlife centre, which the guide didn't want to take us to but had to as it was part of the tour. He didn't want to take us there as he is working hard to get the orangs back into the wild and ...

      Mini trip to the waterfall.

      A travel blog entry by amy.marvell on Mar 15, 2015

      ... in and jumped Into. A lovely afternoon :) In the event after dinner we crossed the river with the help of the Iban tribe in their boats across to their home where we played party games and had a mini party with the tribe. We played games like popping balloons pegged to a sheet and popped them with a blow pipe. There was lots of dancing which we had to perform the moves that we had practiced. All in all a good ...

      50% trek 50% river

      A travel blog entry by amy.marvell on Mar 13, 2015

      ... lots of fruits benign eaten on the floor and trees being ripped apart. We then headed down to the river where we jumped in and waded through rapids and swam for about an hour back to the long house. I was rather cold when we got to the end. I know cold on the rain forest. We were mackerel after that so chilled in the after noon and then after dinner we learnt a dance that we would perform for the iban ...

      Floating down the river

      A travel blog entry by amy.marvell on Mar 12, 2015

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      ... it eased up when we arrived at a beach site. Here we got to work collecting firewood and making a fire. The tribes people and some of the girls in the group started preparing the food. The women did the vegetables and the men felt with the meat. Everything was to be cooked in bamboo so the shoots were cut down for the forest. Bamboo is really quite sustainable as it grows really quickly, it's part of the ...