Nipah Lodge

Address: Labuk Bay, Sandakan, Sabah, 90000, Malaysia | Lodge
 
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      Travel Blogs from Sandakan

      Borneo's Biodiversity Bonanza Part 1

      A travel blog entry by joncourt on Feb 15, 2015

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... sum of 7! Pam told us her life story of marriage at 20 to a South Africa through to her recent relationship when she discovered her boyfriend had cheated on her when she a acquired a "nasty STD!" All very illuminating.

      After a night in our luxurious (not) 4 poster bed at the shabby but not chique Nak Hotel, we were keen for our next adventure to start. Jamil who was to be our guide for the next 4 days, took us to the Sandakan Yacht Club where we boarded a ...

      The Wrath Of The Transport Lords

      A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Jan 12, 2015

      10 photos

      ... was in the air and I feared an oncoming storm may hinder our trip. After an hour of circling between the shallows and deeper seas, hope seemed to fade amongst the group; at one point I thought the guide had decided to give up and take us home for the rain had begun to fall gently, but I was then disturbed by a shout from the distance. Suddenly there seemed to be mass chaos on our boat; the skipper barked orders and the guide whipped his T shirt off in a frenzy. The ...

      Weather in the tropics

      A travel blog entry by bevbag on Jan 02, 2015

      ... did Malay food it would be so much better. Next adventure was the three hour jungle walk. Taking us to a lake where the fish nibble your toes. Traipsing though the jungle in gumboots in mud up to your ankles is ok, if you get to see some wildlife, however, we were not so lucky. It was fun though. A bit of lunch was next on the agenda followed by a break of a couple of hours or so. 4pm saw us heading out for the afternoon cruise, against my better judgement. The weather had ...

      The Land Below the Wind

      A travel blog entry by bubblyb23 on Dec 30, 2014

      7 photos

      ... it finally opened we found it was a supermarket not a laundry at all. We walked the streets looking for a laundry but with no luck. So it was back to the hotel and wash all our gear by hand. Now off to do the Heritage Trail - this starts at the 100 steps to the Chinese and Japanese cemeteries. It is a pity that these are neglected and the first is slowly taking over. The Japanese cemetery is primarily full of prostitutes. These cemeteries are dedicated to the ...

      Turtle Island Park 9th December 2014

      A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Dec 09, 2014

      5 photos

      ... is in a "trance" during birth. Once she had finished (79 eggs later) and began to cover up the hole with her hind legs we were able to get better visibility of the turtle as lights could be turned on and torches shone near her. The turtle was then measured (92cm by 85cm,) her tag was checked (she had landed previously in March) and she was cleaned from any excess sand/marine life before we left her to create her dummy nests in peace. From here the eggs were transported to the hatchery ...