At about 10.30am, driven to the site by the relevant party for viewing the particular Kota Kinabalu beach sea front. Sea front. Beach front. Wow! Absolutely. Mesmerising. Then again. Thank you so much. Due to the millions as investment, I kindly, genuinely and honestly, in return, mentioning a no. The "No" which didn't hesitate coming out of my vocals. Despite, knowing money matters can be negotiated. And for our late lunch, at the recommendation of the so called "I Know It All In Kota Kinabalu" person, to "Welcome 100% Seafood Restaurant", KKC, Kota Kinabalu. Lunch. Consisting of Stir Fried, Crunchy Veggie, Black Pepper Crab and Thai Style Chicken in this coffee shop ambiance eatery? The best? As if I have not had this kinda of seafood meal? Neh. But can be regarded as a decent meal. Pretty much, decency to your hunger. Of course when Kota Kinabalu or Sabah seafood is a concern, you can be assured of the fresh catch.
Day 4 in Sabah. The day I told myself I had enough of cock and bull deals. Enough of up to my neck, going round and round aimlessly in circles bullshit and people trying very hard in wanting me to end up as a penniless clown. As such. I decided. In fact. I have already decided even before the previous day ended. Sightseeing please. I want some sightseeing loveliness as the supplement for my body, mind and soul nutrition and nourishment. Where to? Kota Belud. And whilst on the way, a stop in Gerai Kelapa Bakar Kak Tini. Jalan Sulaman Tuaran, Kota Kinabalu for baked over charcoal coconut. Sipped in, as well as, scrapping the coconut flesh for yumming, said as, will do a major justice for recharging, revitalizing and reenergizing your "Whatever" or "Whichever". The other I tried was coconut pudding. Awww!! Baked coconut and coconut pudding. My first ever experience, and I simply loved both of these.
Now, whilst awaiting for the next river cruise, firefly seeing cruise, we headed to Kota Belud beach. Tadaa! Water and nature in tandem as the sun was slowly glowing, fading and taking its break. Akin my moment of love truth. The love truth of mine to the sun god and the love truth of the lashing tides and waves.
Subsequently, bye bye to Kota Belud, and we returning to Kota Kinabalu. Dinner? Aha! The must explore Filipino Market. My-My! Gosh! Alive, kicking and like a bee hive buzz, with bundles of people. Believe me. Even in this part of Kota Kinabalu. The Malaysian parking hell culture? So profound. Anyway, we managed to find a parking and after like, a round around this market, for seeing all the varies types of stuffs, like, food stuffs, clothes and what not your name it, in this Filipino market, we opted for one of the stalls for our seafood dinner. Dinner! Creamy Prawns, Sweet Sour Fish and Kangkung/Water Spinach Stir Fry. Not a thumbs up. But acceptable.
Next change: Sabah Part 3.