Let’s continue my KK story.
24th March 2007 Saturday (Day 3)
The best-est nasi lemak in KK can be found at Sampelang Restaurant. Everything is perfectly done! Yummy yum-yum. Look at the fried egg… can die man!
22nd March 2007 Thursday (Day 1)
The journey from LCCT to Kota Kinabalu took about 2 hours and 30 minutes. We touched down at Terminal 2 about 3 minutes before midnight. *yawn* Because we booked the KK mountain climb and hostels stay with a local KK tour operator, they provide transport to pick us from the airport. Yipeeee!
Our accommodation for the night and the next 2 nights was at Step-in Lodge, a budget hostel that cost RM35 per pax a night (air-conditioned).
Step-in Lodge is strategically located near the famous Filipino market @ handicraft market, night market, restaurants and shopping malls. I like this lodge because it makes me feel at home. Besides that, the place is clean and the staffs are ever helpful.
Preface: This is my chronicle of a group of 4 individual embarking on the perilous Mount Kinabalu climb plus other never-try-before activities in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah Malaysia.
Let me first introduce you to the 4 exceptional and ahem brave human beings. They are Dreamcatcher, Jidane, my sister (the little monkey) and of course myself.
Although the trip cover nearly a week but in actual I feel it’s too short. There are many more interesting places that we missed out due to time constraint. We decided to climb Mount Kinabalu last, after we have enjoy other activities in KK because we knew our body will certainly ache like mad.
Hi! Hi! Hi! I’m back!!! Miss me? I miss you guys le.
Right now, my body muscle is aching like mad. Sitting down, standing up, climbing stairs, going down stairs… ahem I can’t even urine properly… cannot squat man! 😀
Let me have a breather first then I’ll tell you my Kota Kinabalu adventure. Every one of us were snoring like mad after the climb. Dreamcatcher told me I was snoring too. What about you Dreamcatcher? Did ya snore?
Have a snoring weekend my friends.
Sayonara my friends.
I’ll be leaving my humble home, Selangor to the state widely known as the land below the wind, Sabah tonight. Wish me plenty of luck because I really need ‘em.
Any last minute message/advise for Che-Cheh?
Right about 20 days from now, I would be going to the most adventurous trip of my life, the trip which I dubbed as the toughest journey of all because it requires strength, determination and strong heart. I’ve been questioning myself over and over again. I have so many worries. The main question would remain on my head until I can proof that I could do it. Will I be able to reach the peak famously known as Low’s Peak?
I’m climbing Mount Kinabalu! Auwwwwwwwwwww!