Borneo Highlands Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... The airport itself is brand new and quite up markets with all the shops being designer such as Gucci and Omega. You can imagine my surprise then when we were looking for some food at a little shop next to a posh Chinese restaurant, when a rat ran about 30cm in front of me. I pretty much jumped out of my skin and it's lucky I didn't scream the place down! It's safe to say I didn't get any food from there. Bali to Kuala Lumpur was only a couple of hours and I spent the whole ...
... recommended to us by one of the Danish guys we were stranded with who lives in Kuching. Ange headed home early as she was in need of an early night and the other four of us had a beer in the back room of this restaurant; it was set up like a bar but was quiet so we could chat. After an hour however the beautiful and fabulous of Kuching started to pour in, the lights dimmed and a DJ started a set. Turns out we were accidentally in Kuching's ...
... means that you are in a virtual news desert, so this was all (bad) news to us. Kuching feels more like a country town than a bona fide ************************ to imagine a murder being commited anywhere around here.
Our main purpouse in Borneo (along with the other 5 westerners) is to do a bit of wildlife spotting and more specifically monkey-chasing around the National Parks that are within a days trip of Kuching central. I think we have all had quite ...
... We were treated to an amazing spread of seafood delights; crab, prawns, fish, razor clams and more. Bardy tucked heartily into the clam soup (!), the oyster crisp bread and the rice before being let loose to chase around the restaurant in an increasingly frantic and loud (it was way past bedtime by this point) game of hide and seek with Amber and the odd stray cat. We got to sit and sip ...
... engaged the bathroom. Despite her obvious discomfort, I must admit to seeing the funny side for the first three or four hours and she did her best to laugh along. Whilst it was awful, we acknowledged that we'd done pretty well for this to be the first time either of us had got a funny tummy. Things became much less funny when it was my turn (both ends): midnight onwards until our two year old woke up. Bardy was very patient with his ...