One Hotel Santubong
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Following our time honoured, trip-long principle of being in the right place at the wrong time of year, we decided that it was high time we headed to Borneo, now that the wettest month of the year has arrived ( Borneo?-where did that come from?) Generally, it hasn't cramped our style being everywhere at the damp (and stormy) end of the season, - there is, on the whole, plenty of accommodation to choose from and the travellers are much thinner on the ground, and are ...
... ones that brought us to Pontianak and the bus reg plate was the same too. We got to the border and through immigration in record time. No need to scan luggage and the bus was fairly empty. We stopped at the same place but I'm getting used to holes in the ground now and when you gotta go you just have to go! In Indonesia the bus toots the horn all the time. We also saw a lorry that had come off the road and was being lifted back so that held us up for about ...
... the gobsmacking scenery of the looming mountains covered in lush tropical jungle, but Bardy was very content and we were here for his Birthday after all. The following days, we were relieved to discover a second hilltop pool which was much quieter and sometimes empty (see the Bardy hurling photos. Both Gem and Bardy were complicit in these and egging me on). We tested a new method for getting Bardy to take his Malaria tablets: ground up, ...
... moring there's talk of me being named 'chucky', hopefully this will not stick! Anyway after a solid sleep only punctuated at normal NZ wake up time by my roomy Pip trying to start a chainsaw (will have earplugs from now on), I felt much better for day 1 on the build.
Here's a good back brief on our build: http://us8.campaign-archive1.com/?u=b7a da6c07988a1ebc1a9eaa69&id=577867fa9 0 .
... samples, which we happily obliged in trying – we ended up buying an orange and cheese-flavoured cake – soooo tasty! We restrained ourselves and managed to make it last over the next three days (apparently the shelf life for the cake is up to 2 weeks but we didn’t manage to test this theory). On our last full day in Kuching we decided to visit the Sarawak Cultural Village (SCV), which is essentially a mock village-come-museum showcasing the different ...