Borneo Highlands Resort
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... residence and the interesting water craft. Kuching was named by James Brooke in 1841 when he first arrived there, probably after the small stream adjoining the Sarawak River called Sungai Mata Kuching or Cat's Eye stream. Consequently there are cat statues all over the place and there is even a Cat Museum. Returning to the ship we relaxed beside the pool as we left port, cruising down the Sarawak River and back into the South China ...
... hospital, as it was about a 12 hour boat and vehicle transfer, and he's fine now -- one less finger though, as they couldn't salvage the digit. Haley immediately called out for Richard, but the orangutan let go of her before Richard got there. They stress safety very much and how we need to keep distance from the cages and animals. But while working with orangutans on both sides, it's not that hard to accidentally get ...
... even though only 3 hours for this flight, we were happy travellers and I fell into a nice zone again -- the zen like state of bliss, with remnants of ambien in my bloodstream, comfortable seat/bed, and attendants bringing multiple courses of food and drinks. Ahhhhh, this is the way to travel !
At the immigration counter in Kuala Lumpur, Haley was laughing quite a bit over the greeting sign facing all entering ...
... would have been enough. Kuching has many museums (Cat, Chinese, Textile, Ethology, Art, Islamic, Sarawak). Monday Four of us decided to do a special city tour, so we headed out (not too early 10am) with Alex our local guide, who is very knowledgeable about the history, politics and his culture. We visited China town ( wonderful old shop houses ), the cat monument ( I hear you say what!place is obsessed with cats. South city hall ( Chinese ...
Plan for today was to get back to the main land and travel to valentines ( one of the guides) village further east into Borneo. The main fact that we learnt today was that Borneo is the most humid country in the world. To start our journey we made the return one hour journey in the boats. It wasn't so nice this time as it was chucking it down with rain and the sea was really rough, so spray was hitting us in the boat. We were absolutely soaking wet!! We got the ...