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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Islamic bank as the police were on the door and wouldn't let us in. Note to self.... Get a berka! The town is more expensive than the restaurant near us, but the budget is looking healthy so we have booked the shuttle to take us there tonight. Won't really be a slap up meal though. Miri town is quite spread out, not really like what we have been used to. The ...
... as you sit and wait for buses together. I enjoy those moments and the locals become protective of you and make sure you get on the right bus and for the right price and tell the driver where you want to go. One lady (50-60) was telling me she had 7 children but only 3 are still alive; she was off to the 'clinic’ to get her medicine for high blood pressure. She would talk to me in English and then interpret what I said to all the other ladies waiting at the bus ...
... no when it was so cheap! Really good film actually, you should see it! That night we looked into Brunei a bit more and found that it was ruled by a sultan who had recently proposed to change a lot of laws to include things like stoning gays, prison for talking against the government etc. After reading a lot more horrible things about the way the sultan runs the country we decided not to go and head to Kota Kinabalu on the other side of Borneo ...
... restaurants around here. Food is definitely the reason to come to Malaysia, you know! You can stuff your face with any and every meal you can think of (even chicken feet soup, see photo) over here, 24 hours a day, for a very friendly price.
After lunch, Evon dropped me off at another guesthouse where I was planning to move the next day, called Dillenia, recommended to me by a girl I met on couchsurfing, as my current digs were having a big group coming in the next day and ...
... the room apart from the fact you can't sit in them unless you pay for a massage as otherwise a really loud alarm goes off on the chair. Every five minutes someone new would come in, look at the rubbish hard chairs and then look at the incredibly comfortable looking leather massage chairs and then take a seat, the alarms would go off, they would get up quickly looking embarrassed and move to the hard chairs. I'm not going to lie, this ...