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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... adventure began. Have you ever tried walking down steep hill covered in guano (bat's ****) with nothing but a torch and sneakers? It is interesting. With combination of walking (ppl with good trekking shoes), slipping (rest of us) and cursing (mostly me) we made it down to enter a river passing through the cave. Darkness and slippery stones made the walk very entertaining leading to the passage under the big rock which... turned out to be blocked. Apparently our group was the first ...
... westerners there, mainly Americans it seemed. It's about 1/2 mile from our hotel. Still glad we stayed here as although rather tired and dated, our suite was cheaper than a standard room would have been in the Marriot. We continued along the beach and came across what we thought would be a beach cafe however it was abandoned. It probably all closed down as the road in front looks really new ...
... thing about my trip to Miri was one of my dorm room mates. I arrived at the accommodation about 2pm and there was a guy on the top bunk looking like he was sleeping and I thought he might have been sick. But he never left his bed for the rest of the day or during the night or for breakfast. Being sore and still trying to organise parts of my trip further down the track, I hung around the accommodation working on my computer. I watched all the other guests have breakfast ...
... where Evon treated me to a super nice meal of rice, chicken and several kinds of curries. It was a lovely evening and over much too soon. Come Wednesday morning, I had to face the fact that I was leaving Miri. An early morning walk to the park took me past the post office (where I had an errant to run) and the local mosque, a new addition to this ever growing city. The City Fan (the park) was deserted, and adter taking a ...
... car and drove to a place that had the best pork burgers in town, according to Kate. Earlier, she had greeted me in the typically Malaysian way by asking whether I had eaten yet. I had not. The burger was excellent.
After the burgers we drove up Canada Hill, the hill overlooking town, where a bar has been erected next to Miri's very first oil well, the Grand Old Lady. It was only a matter of time of course, as this place has possibly the best place in town. Also new is the ...