Celyn Resort Kinabalu
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... to depart on for our afternoon activities when the rain came and when it rains in Borneo it's so heavy a proper tropical storm. Luckily by the time we reached our first stop the War memorial and small museum remembering those who lost their lives in the death marches during world war 2 it had stopped. Our next stop as a road side fruit stall selling Durian also known as the 'stinky fruit'. When ripe it falls naturally from the tree, it is round and spiky and smells a bit like ...
... an hour in the hot springs before going to a jungle canopy walk that was tied to the same complex. Sally and Sarah came with us while David stayed behind. The admission was very cheap so we figured why not. The start of the walk was a short climb up a fairly steep hill in the jungle until you reached a small hut that gave you access to the first suspension bridge. The walk took you across 4 rope suspension bridges hung between large trees through the canopy. ...
... and cucumber and the last one had a slice of turkey ham and tomato. I'm not sure how I would describe the turkey ham other than mystery meat of some sort maybe like bologna. The lunches also contained a pack of cookies and two apples. My apples were good but a few of the others had worms in theirs. Luckily we all had lots of other snacks to supplement. After lunch we continued our journey up the mountain as a group. Hali wanted us to stick together as there ...
... very juicy but not as sweet as I was expecting. Between the group we also bought some miniature bananas and langsat which are small white fruit the size of a clementine that you peel and eat the flesh around the pits inside. They almost have a jelly like texture and are very sweet. We also bought 4.5L of water each since Omar said that the mark up once you get inside the park gates is about 1000% from the prices in the market. Back in the van, it was ...
... the lower end of the Kinabatangan River is said to have the greatest concentration of wildlife in all Southeast Asia. The very rare monkey we were going to see is found only in Borneo,the male monkey has a huge nose and big round belly,a bit like me,I should be right at home! They normally gather in large groups at the side of the river,so we should have no trouble spotting them. The boatmen seem to possess the most ...