Borneo Highlands Resort
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... the next three nights. Steph and Kat helped to prepare the food for our evening meal and also cleaned the wooden kitchen from top to bottom. Meanwhile, Rhianna was on bed making and mosquito net duty. All was going well until she had a fight with several spotty spiders which were all over the room and almost fell off the top bunk bed. Alvin had to come to her rescue in the end. After a traumatic half hour, she then had a frog jump on when she braved the ...
... rainforest. We got up super early, catching a bus from Kuching followed by a water taxi connection to the entrance to the NP. The water taxi ride was great, it felt like we were travelling to a secret island (like Jurassic Park). While we were going for the trekking and beautiful scenery, we were really hoping to get a better view of some Proboscis Monkeys. We headed off on a few trails, keeping a keen eye out for monkeys, but the Proboscis monkeys are more likely to ...
... get lost.
We decided to start with the Telok Paku Trail where we were hoping to see some proboscis monkeys. At the end of the trail we were supposed to be rewarded by a nice beach. Since we had to walk up and down all the way to the beach we took one hour to log 800 meters. The weather was awful: hot and humid. Luckily mosquitoes didnīt seem to be thirsty. The beach was absolutely empty, thus we could enjoy a gorgeous view. In spite of experiencing such beautiful ...
It was pretty cool flying into Borneo because it looked exactly how I expected, mountains and greenery everywhere with big muddy looking rivers all crossing over. Arriving in Kuching was a little bit different as it's a town but it was nice enough for a few days stopover. After a day spent in Kuching we took a bus to the national park about 45 mins away and spent the day trekking through the ...
... t see any. The trails in the park were all marked, so we wandered around two different trails with the group of people from our hostel - one to see the proboscis monkeys and one to a lovely secluded beach. The monkeys were sleeping in the trees, but we could clearly see their funny shaped noses and a baby one with a smaller nose. At the beach trail, Dom decided he wanted to pose for a photo lying on a tree stump over the beach, only to prove how easy it ...