Mesilau Nature Resort
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Travel Blogs from Kota Kinabalu
... a fast and bumpy 15 minutes or so away! Life jackets were compulsory. The islands are all quite heavily forested with narrow strips of sand. The sand is quite course due to the amount of coral in it and pale yellow in colour. The sea was warm and clear! Three o'clock on a Friday afternoon we virtually had the place to ourselves. Weekends we were told are very busy as locals invade for a family day out with picnics ...
... We am sitting beside a window exit so are not worried you cannot exit by the door. See the picture of the exit attached. I would hate to do this ferry crossing when the weather was bad. Today's was calm and the ferry certainly had some very rock n roll moments. My stomach came up to my throat a few times. A few people started throwing up which only found me feel more queasie. No wonder it is shaped like a cigar and it is fully enclosed. We arrive in KK and look for ...
... Time to head home the following morning and Jack has insisted that you just 'hitch' a lift.... or there are minivans that come past from time to time. Great.... I have to leave early to catch a flight. I stand on the roadside from about 0730 waiting for a bus but open to hitching if the right person comes along but its not my first choice as I know no one at home would be pleased with my decision. Eventually this very unusual (hippy bogan) german/nz ...
... teach us how to eat Malay style with our hands! We stayed out for another while to take full advantage of happy hour an met a couple of guys who were crew on one of the massive boats moared up, one was from NZthe other from California. Two more of them joined us later a young girl from Melbourne and a guy from the UK but lived in Aus, apparently there were 14 or 18 crew in total! We had a few more beers , tequila and headed home a little merry about ...
... emotional all of a sudden and said to Jim, 'Oh my god, did that really all happen?' It was a brilliant moment, a peak experience and an unforgettable Kinabalu adventure!!
Thank you so much for reading and sharing in our adventure. Writing the blog allows us to relive the experience again which is a great fringe benefit! We are now in South Africa and are heading next to Namibia. We miss you very much and look forward to your updates.
Lots of love Sharon and Jimxxxx