Tuaran Beach Resort
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... I should turn around and go back down.
I was so disappointed but he has obviously done this before so I had to trust his judgement.
I felt really bad on the way down, sick and woozy and emotional. Robbie held on to me all the way, even helping me get into our room and into bed.
I gave him my camera and he took off up the track to try and catch Mike and Alanna. I lay in bed and sobbed for a while, then fell asleep. Must have slept ...
... into dry clothes. Bought a hot chocolate from the restaurant area and it was just what we all needed. Came in a massive mug, we all had some it was so huge!
Stayed there and watched the most amazing sunset, had a fantastic buffet dinner, then we went up to our guesthouse which was another 10min climb up the track (no way could I have done that earlier). Accommodation here was not as nice, the whole place was quite ...
... from local artists and a calligrapher, local handicrafts and other things. A short but steep walk up the hill behind brought us to Signal Hill lookout, which was an important location in the early British days, but is now partly blocked by buildings. However, we did get a good view, including the islands nearby. Later in the afternoon we were taken to Mari Mari, a cultural heritage village. It was good to see the buildings at night, ...
... we kept seeing floating in the sea! The others who've done heaps of dives saw monetary eels, some rays and a few other bigger fish Simon is currently snoring his little head off, think were off to a BBQ tonight, not drinking too much though as I did feel a bit iffy at times.Si now has his sea sickness tabs so he'll hopefully feel better too! and we have learnt to say thank you in malay-ignore thee spelling but sounds like "tree macca see" Laters ...
... around the nearby Rainforest Discovery Centre; we spotted a few interesting plants and birds, but were disappointed to find the rainforest canopy walkway (the star attraction) was closed. The next day we woke up early to see the orangutans, but first we popped into the neighbouring Sun Bear Rehabilitation Centre. Sun bears are apparently the smallest type of bear, cute little fellas growing to 1.5m or so, and who happily climb, feed and play in trees. They get ...