Bunga Raya Island Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... really cranks up at nightfall when the streets are full of people whooping it up and shopping as though their lives depended on it. KK residents (apart from your truly) are barmy about nocturnal shopping and our road can boast at least three mutli-story shopping palaces, apart from the usual big name shops and a sizeable night market. The bars and cafes are humming with people (despite it being a wednesday) who seem to like ...
... next few days in KK we didn't do much at all, we took another trip to the local island and enjoyed the great little beach on it, took advantage of the cheap cinema and watched another film and took advantage of the great little food market. But after a lot of diving and travelling it was nice to not do anything for a few days and recharge the battery's. Luckily my ears improved by the end of our time in KK, then it was time to leave borneo and Malyasia and catch our flight to ...
... to higher rates of crime/desperation. So my senses are on gradually heightening alert not sure of the local issues and knowing that Im heading into a problem area next week.
One of the fun and amusing things that occurs while travelling is that locals want their photo with you. I'm frequently asked to join groups of locals in a photo they are taking and then one by one they also want an individual photo with me. I can spend ten minutes ...
Så er vi kommet til Pulau Gaya. Alle ø-navne her starter med Pulau, hvilket sjovt nok betyder ø på malaysisk. Her bor vi 17 mennesker i et stort telt, på hver vores lille briks, omgivet af regnskov og vilde dyr. Vi har både haft besøg af aber og vildsvin, og så bor der forresten en halvanden meter lang veran i vores 'baghave'. Udover os bor der få lokale familier på øen og to dykkerpraktikanter der ...
We spent most of the day taking it nice and easy in preparation for tomorrow's climb. At 4pm we set off by minibus up to 1500m to our very own Everest base camp. Our accommodation up here is known as Jungle Jack's, a few big containers with 6 bunk beds in each, all run by Uncle Jack himself. We just had time to settle our bags down when Uncle (as he is known), dragged us off in a mini bus with 9 other hikers to ...