Eastwood Valley Golf & Country Club
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... where Evon treated me to a super nice meal of rice, chicken and several kinds of curries. It was a lovely evening and over much too soon. Come Wednesday morning, I had to face the fact that I was leaving Miri. An early morning walk to the park took me past the post office (where I had an errant to run) and the local mosque, a new addition to this ever growing city. The City Fan (the park) was deserted, and adter taking a ...
... what they used to be. Maybe it would be better luck at the weekend. But we did end up having a good time that evening and I made some new friends in the process.
The next morning I moved out of Coco House and into Dillenia Guesthouse. There I ran into the boys from the evening before. They were meeting up with another couchsurfer called Jeannette who was taking them for dessert before they were due to leave Miri for Brunei by bus.
I tagged along, meeting Jeannette ...
... story compared to the Belaga area, from where we have come.
Miri is a complete change of pace and scenery. A modern city, by Malaysian standards and, offering numerous places to eat. Arriving on the weekend we were lucky, the weekend night market just out of town, provided all our favourites for dinner. With plastic bags and polystyrene containers stacked with a feast, we negotiated a table in the restaurant ...
... Malaysia has no such archaic rules and we made sure to continue earning our keep by being helpful alcohol mules, happily crossing the close by border several times during our stay. Hey, we Louisiana folks have to keep properly lubricated. In addition, Brady was hosting a birthday party for Gabriella and it seems Venezuelan's enjoy some good wine as well.
We spent a week enjoying Brady & Gabriella's hospitality and had ...
Got up early and walked to the bus stop to catch a local bus to the main bus station where we caught the 9am bus to the Lambir Hills National Park, 30km out of Miri. 4RM to get both to main terminal, 10RM each to the park and 20RM each to get into the park. We had a quick breakfast first then headed off for our hike. We walked to the Latak Waterfall then to another waterfall before making a steep climb up to a lookout on top of the hill. It ...