A Decade of Mount Kinabalu: The Little Hut Revisited (Part 3 of 4)
This is the third part to this article. The second installment of this article can be found here: “A Decade of Mount Kinabalu (Part 2)”.
After being drenched in wet clothes in cold temperatures for the whole day from sunrise to sunset, we were keen to indulge ourselves for a much rewarding hot shower and feel the luxury of dry clothes against our skin!
Destination: The Little Hut. This would be my 2nd time to choose this lovely place as my place of slumber. Their website can be found here.
If you would like to know more about The Little Hut or see the interior and the facilities provided, click here to read about my stay there last year. For this part, I am going to write about the wonderful and beautiful things that we saw and experience around the surroundings of The Little Hut.
Like all storms, sooner or later it has to clear, giving way to the sun to bring much needed sunshine to light up our day and bring colours into our life.
Surprisingly, I found myself awake just as the day was dawning, maybe from the sound of chickens crowing and dogs barking in the distance. I dragged myself out of bed, ignoring the protest from the muscles of my legs. I was sleeping on the upper level of the hut, every step down was undeniably painful. But once I was outside, the pain automatically faded away. The morning that greeted me was absolutely breath-taking.
Picture (left): A very interesting and eye-catching signboard that is unique only to The Little Hut. Picture (right): This wooden owl is something new, it was not here during my last stay.
While I was admiring all the beautiful flowers around the hut, I could already hear movement and laughter coming from inside; my friends have already woken up.
As though God was watching over us, he sent some darks cloud over us so as to remind us that we still have a fair bit of distance to cover for our journey. Not fully contented with our morning walk as we were already starting to feel the relaxing life in the village, with a heavy heart, we forced ourselves to pack our belonging to continue our journey.
For more information about The Little Hut, please visit their website here.
Posted on February 23, 2014, in Travel and tagged breath taking, brugmansia, cosmos, cows, flowers, Kundasan, Little Hut, mesilau, mesilau nature resort, Mount Kinabalu, sabah. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.