Day 6 in Sabah. Two more days before returning home. Including this day whereby I decided to move hotel. To? The Pacific Sutera Hotel - Sutera Harbor Resort. Absolutely price worthy during this off peak season and considering that, Covid 19 is, quietly emerging to the forefront. My room? A worthy deal as well. Facing the harbour and golf course, plus, bed, bathroom and buffer breakfast to my liking. Yet. You know what? Wasn't like, as super-duper as described by my friends who have stayed in this hotel before. Overall however, can be credited. Not a distinction though. Because I have stayed in better 5 star hotels compared to Pacific Sutera Hotel.
After checking into hotel? Well! I told myself. I might as well. I mean, why stay put in the room when sightseeing can be thrown in promisingly. Where to? Sabah tea. Popping by at the tea plantation for approximately 20 minutes. Just on the surface sightseeing for admiring and plantation picturing. Of course. Nature and its surrounding? Inhaling and exhaling the fresh air and mid morning sunshine as well. Tea plantations on the whole for me personally? Done it a couple of times. In country and out country too.
From Sabah tea to? Tagal Luanti Fish Massage, Ranau. Oh!Oh! My first ever fish nibbling my toes, fingers and legs experience. Not the commercial kinda. Not the ones you put your legs into man made pool or into square plastic casing or boxes. This is the nature one. In a stream. I. At first. Wasn't really absolutely certain. Then again? The adventurous Nava K. Yeh! She did it. How was the feeling? Really, I really don't know what to say. Quite ticklish actually and although fish spa or massage has been said as for health perks and benefits, I am not sure if I should agree. Having said that, it is still an experience I won't mind treasuring.