Mesilau Nature Resort
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... but not in a good way, reminded me of the **** parts of Bali. We were hoping to find the beach but soon descovered it was just a marina which smelty like hot feases and rotten fish. So first impressions not great! We decided to jus chill out for the day and to find a swimming pool, so we went to the Meridian which had a roof top bar and pool. We heads back after to get showered and heard out for dinner but passed ...
... Settling down at a crowded street-side venue, it was only when the menus came that we realised it was the same chain as yesterday's restaurant! While not too disheartened, as the food at Sempelang is great and cheap, we were still slightly annoyed that our quest to unearth another local gem of a restaurant had ended in failure. No sun, no market and no new food - hopefully tomorrow will bring greater ...
... 5 minutes alone, but it wasn’t long before the masses caught up with us. We decided to head off for lunch, hoping the little orangutan didn’t get too overwhelmed.
We’d heard that the afternoon feeding was a lot quieter, and we weren’t disappointed! When we arrived there were no tour buses (hooray!) and we were two of only 10 or so people watching the Centre’s cinematic feature. This time come feeding time we were able to ...
... from people's plates and a disgusting smell from the water below that had a layer of litter floating in it together with dead fish.....lovely place! It did, however, have a McDonald's and one new shopping mall so after eating once at a cafe and holding my nose at the same time, I gave in and resorted to McDs for breakfast and evening meal! Such a pity because I do like to eat proper food wherever I am. There were quite a lot of tour agents but looking at ...
... fish market was crammed with lobsters, tiger shrimp, stingrays, giant trevallies, one-meter long mackerels, baby yellow-fin tunas, sharks for making shark-fin soup as well as significantly smaller sardines and red snappers. Boy, was I happy to get out of there.
Once we finished gathering the indispensable ingredients for lunch ...