Dvilla Rina Ria Lodge
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... area with TV etc. We spent the day looking around a shopping mall and playing quizzes from the internet! The next day we had a nice lay in a then me and Anna made some bracelets at a bar and met the boys for dinner a bit later. In the morning me and Anna went on a day trip to see Mount Kinabalu and some hot springs, the boys had arrange to climb the mountain the next day, but it's 4,000 ft and really expensive so me and Anna decided ...
... I boarded the bus and "welcome back"! I knew instantly I was back in Indonesia because at the border everyone around me was shouting "hello mister"! Ok, I decided that I was going to be on a mission to educate everyone in Indonesia who said this to me which proved to be a massive undertaking! I had my usual problem with the taxi drivers at the Sentral bus station (miles from anywhere) and in the end called the security guy over to help me out as the guys ...
... balcony, showering and breakfast, we decided to have an early morning dip in the infinity pool before it got too hot. We were down there by 0845; it was already hot.
We stayed there until 1030 when we went back to the room to get ready for the shuttle bus to the Tanjung Aru’s sister hotel, the Shangri-La Rasa Ria, to visit the Orangs at the Wildlife
To say the journey was tedious ...
... in. They cut the cake and he asked for the rest of us to be given a slice, fresh strawberry , chocolate sponge cake it was lovely. We then went to have coffee at the Borneo Lounge they have a singing group in there they are quite good I like how they dance brings back memories of when take that started with the organised routines for the songs, but never the less entertaining all the ...
... ve heard when it rains here it pours! After deciding we should probably hold off on the beach as it had started to drizzle we went the the food court and tried a Japanese restaurant. I had chicken curry with udon noodles, and for £2 was delicious, one of my favourite meals so far. After looking round the shops for a bit we thought we might try to see if the rain had stopped however it was the complete opposite! I have never seen rain that heavy, it was bouncing, it can't ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDvilla Rina Ria Lodge Kota Kinabalu
With limited accommodation at the base of mount Kinabalu, D'Villa is your best cheap option. With up to 12 beds crammed into one small dorm room, it is defiantly a cozy night (which is needed in the cool high altitude).
The hot showers have an immense amount of pressure, which is perfect on the cold mornings
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