Tempurung Seaside Lodge
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... was cleverly able to cut the shark out and let him swim off in the the sea. Lets hope he has many happy more years out there.
On the way back from the last dive the crew of the boat spotted a family of Proboscis monkeys swinging around the trees.
The divers were 2 - 0 down on day one but got back in the game with 2 points today. The claim for 2 more points were respectfully ...
... on the beach - utter bliss and fun and spoily. It is so lovely to see Mike's parents - I felt rather emotional when they arrived and big hugs were shared all round. It's so special to see them on the other side of the world and in the second chapter of our trip. We just spent a lot of time yesterday chatting and catching up. Hopefully today we are going to do a nice walk or two into the rainforest and tomorrow our plan is to see the orangutans. The monkey ...
... repellent and climb into my slightly sweaty hammock ready for the early morning boat ride.
I awoke at 3am. The students couldn’t sleep. A loud conversation had kicked off between hammocks “Emma, are you awake?” “Cynthia, is that you?””Have you been to sleep yet?””no, have you?””no – I’m too scared”. “Helen, is that you? Will you go to the toilet with me?” . ...
... 8217;s’ lure in exchange for a much-needed haircut for both Ginette and I. Good trade. Rumrunner also lost most of the lure on a big fish, so I guess it is still working! By this time, the Labuan marina was getting very crowded and the shops full of fellow cruisers looking for bargains. With our repairs complete – well, at least the ones we’re not forced to live with – we visited the marina office to discuss the situation with the power. The marina ...
... for a short while.
Hannah and I took another walk out on another trail to find Paku Beach which turned out to be utterly stunning- more so than the one we visited the day before and very photogenic too. En-route we laughed at the number of people crowded around one tree to catch a glimpse of a single proboscis monkey (similar to the throngs we'd seen at Kinabantangan) and also at the middle aged American couples we passed who seem to feel the need to dress up in matching ...