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Gulliver’s Travels

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Together, we have travelled 10 thousand miles and now we have come to the last lap of our voyage.

Auld Lang Syne from Borneo.

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Glorious Days Ahead!

Epic scene of islands & sea as viewed from Jesselton Point.

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Three Wise Men From the East

Voyage through the Biblical Time.

Bethlehem- the Night of the Dear Saviour's Birth

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Winter Wonderland In the Tropic

If you are from a tropical country you may like to spend your Christmas in Kundasang or Ranau to have a feel of that X’mas spirit in the winter with that nippy and misty atmosphere. And maybe you could also have your mid-Night mass in the Church of St. Peter Claver, Ranau.

We do not promise any white Christmas though. But it’s as good as Christmas in the Winter Wonderland, nonetheless. What’s more, you have the celebrated Mt. Kinabalu as a backdrop- and waking up to the crisp Christmas morning with the majestic mountain staring down at you. What more can a man/woman ask for?

Catholic Church of St. Peter Claver Ranau

Mt. Kinabalu is on the right in the picture.

St. Peter Claver is a catholic church, in case you are quite particular in this instance.

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Venerable Port of KK

KK Sabah Port at Sundown

Countdown towards the New Dawn for the last call- the final farewell………..
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It’s been nice to know you!
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A PhotoPainting by number from iKonVista

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Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Rock

Should you be feeling the mood for mid-Night Mass while you are in Kota Kinabalu over the Christmas season, here is one place you could visit.

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The Last Bugle Call At Suria

Sundown as photographed at Suria Sabah– the up & coming shopping mall in Kota Kinabalu.

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Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining

November 16, 2009

At the jogging track, Likas Sports Complex.

Cloud Formation

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