Utan Paradise Jungle Camp
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... only from the front entrance of the Park, as at the end of our first afternoon the clouds parted for just a couple of minutes.
Given the altitude at the park entrance was still 1560m or so (by comparison, ‘Mount’ Snowden in Wales is 1,085m tall!), it was actually quite cold that evening! We’ve also never seen so many moths, not to mention the size of them! The next morning we covered a couple more of the tracks around the Park before joining both ...
... cost 50p, quite expensive really. Things were more expensive generally in KK. The bus dropped me off at the beach and there were only a few people around, perfect! Backed by palms and big tropical trees, the beach was pretty so I spent the day swimming in the hot sea and sitting reading my Kindle (best gift ever) under a big tree to offer the well needed shade. Even though I'm still using factor 30, I still burned! After walking end to end the storm ...
... hotel for 9 to pack for our mini trip away. If we've organised it right we're going to be getting an 8am bus to kudat which should take around 4hours to get to before we're picked up by Howard, the owner of Tampat do aman and get to spend the next next 5 days relaxing on the tip of Borneo! I might have internet up there so maybe able to do my blog but if not I'll be back in civilisation on ...
... a last dip in the infinity pool and hit the rays for a couple of hours.
After showering and freshening up we headed off to the Club Lounge for a pot of tea and to check in for our flights and print our boarding cards; as the computers were already taken,
Johnny, the Club Lounge Host offered to do this for us.
We wandered down at 1800 to see the last sunset from the Tanjung Aru (we will see tomorrow’s from the airport) and then back to the Club ...
... a pitfall. In the shape of a pit toilet. Random-negative-solo-travel-blogger-guy listed not having someone to mind your bag whilst you dashed to the loo as his annoying item number 5. After walking into the toilets at Kota Kinabalu airport I have moved it to number 1! The entire floor is wet. Not just with water. There is a cubicle. With a door. But no ledge. No hooks. No toilet paper. Here's what goes through my head: ...