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... are used to humans so don’t freak out an run away when they see you. This was a blessing we experienced early on as we saw 2 rare Proboscis monkeys in a tree just outside the HQ café! Already pretty endangered, Borneo is the only place in the world where these amazing monkeys live and there are around 275 of them in Bako. It was magic to watch them look for fruit on the trees and just hang around un-phased by our presence, and Hannah’s ...
... on young leaves, shoots, sour fruits and seeds.
After having some snacks we started to walk back to the junction where the Telok Paku Trail was separating from the Lintang Trail. Since our next plan was to see a waterfall we had to follow the Lintang Trail for roughly 30 minutes (about 1,5km). Lintang Trail is famous for the seven types of vegetation, another unique characteristic of Bako National Park. The seven complete eco-systems can be found along this trail: ...
... when we did, the smell was overpowering - in a bad way! We entered and the food at the stalls was crawling with flies. Oh joy! We were led around the whole market being told what food is what and what it is used for. We learnt some new things, and picked up a pineapple and some ginger.
We headed over to block B, where the meat and fish was. As we entered, the smell wasn't so bad, however the sight was terrible! Chicken ...
... their little matching uniforms. I seriously had to resist the urge to scoop then up and snuggle then. With it being socially unacceptable and all. Later in the afternoon we were craving a cold beer so hunted down the only bar with a happy hour on and sat and enjoyed the first beer we have had in 2 weeks. This is not out of choice I should clarify, this is in our budgets best interest. Drinking anywhere in Malaysia is very expensive. Not Manchester ...