05 February 2014
It has a very relaxed beach vibe; sandy floors, wooden benches, bean bags and some chilled out tunes playing in the background. There are also some books to read and a lot of locals and tourists to chat too. The food is competitively priced with the rest of the area and there are some local dishes to try like ‘Hinava’ – raw fish marinated in citrus juice.
Inside the menu itself, there is a whole stack of information about the owner’s many business ventures, the sustainability focus and many community projects. There are so many ways that you can get involved in projects in the Kudat area through either volunteer work or donations; like turtle conservation, beach clean ups, volunteering in the local community, survival courses etc.
Personally I was very impressed with the detailed explanations of the different projects that are currently up and running in the area. I hope to get involved in some of these in the future.
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