Borneo Highlands Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
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... a few feet away from the stage dancing in the crowd with some of the band when they came down from the stage!
We also saw some ladies from a pygmy tribe in the Congo, part of a group called Ndima perform water music, quite incredible to watch as they splash around in the water creating some very catchy rhythms, I've never seen anything like it before.
We had a wonderful time at the festival, the backdrop of a rainforest was quite special and one I ...
... Jenna's travelling with her boyfriend, Dillon, and they are all part of our weekend group.
Lots of fun ahead of us the next 2 days, before we return to Matang on Sunday night, for 5 days of work & 1 day at Semonggoh Orangutan Center. At night, after preparing our own dinners, we've been hanging out together with one of the few volunteers that live together with us in the 2 homes next to each other -- chatting, playing Uno and cards, ...
... arrived, we all went down to the beach, where we had to wade to the boat because, the tide had gone out, so the boat couldn't get to the jetty. The water was so warm! When we got back, there was a bus back to Kuching waiting, so we hopped on it and we both fell asleep pretty much all the way back, it'd been a very hot and tiring day! When we got back to Kuching, we went straight to a tour company to organise a trip to see the rafflesia at Gunung Gading National Park tomorrow. ...
... a quick search showed 2 people were taken last week and it's not an unusual occurrence as people are regularly snatched and held to ransom in the Philippines. Awesome. (Don't worry Mum - it's nowhere near where you're coming). So, what to do? If Nic were here, I'd have probably stuck with plan A (perhaps overly confident in her abilities to fend off armed men?!) but as it was, I've decided to come to Kuching on the other side of the island in the Malaysian state of ...
... beers then headed back to the Mandarin. The breakfast next morning was outstanding! There was every possible breakfast you could imagine there, English, Japanese, Chinese, Malay, Indian and more. Any kind of fruit juice you want made to order, lots of naughty cakes, pastries and even hummus and olives!! We had a relaxed day wandering around shopping malls and the park before waving mum and dad off to the airport. What a great couple of weeks together ...