De Palma Waterfront Kuching
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... Mr Aji's animal calls, we head to Bako; Borneo's oldest national park. The arrival itself was epic. You reach the park by boat and then have to wade through the sea onto a deserted beach, it's like something out of shipwrecked! After an insanely close encounter with some proboscis monkeys, we embarked on a three hour trek (since we're giving Dora a run for her money nowadays). Nerdy as this sounds, the huge variety of vegetation was really ...
... some more monkeys in our lives and so we had a night at the Nipah Lodge, as mentioned above. Very swish place, with chalets on stilts over a mangrove swamp. Air conditioning and separate rooms. Let the good times roll…
The Nipah is the closest accommodation to the Proboscis Monkey Centre, and we had admission included in our deal. Straight into it as soon as we arrived, we were ferried down for the 1130 feeding. ...
This morning we had a nice sleep in before heading out for a walk around town. We set out at about 11.30am in hope of finding something new and exciting... It failed. We tried to find something for lunch, and every place we got close to smelt really, really bad! And when we looked in them, all the food was sitting out in the open. We went with McDonalds (I would rather that than ...
... why I love SE Asia. It really is an eclectic mix of the digital age meets thousands of years of tradition meets very humble people. These people were sat in an original Chinese eatery that their ancestors would have eaten at, eating the same recipes passed through generations but they were eating theirs with an IPhone 5 in hand. Please don't think of me as ignorant, I'm not so naive as to think that this is out of the ordinary. We do live in a digital ...
... drive us back to our hotel; John had seen a bar earlier and fancied a Tiger so we thanked him and said we would walk. The bill was 29RM (just under £6).
When we arrived at the bar a few hundred yards up we ordered two beers and sat outside; the music was certainly suspect; Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Poker-dot Bikini and Mambo.
Decided we love Kuching; full of character, very friendly, laid back and cheap.