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... globe and a huge battery - similar to a dolphin) and it died halfway along so he took mine which left me with a dead torch and no cool wildlife too spot. Over the rest of the night from 9 pm to 1 am, Blake, Laurence and I played peasant's bridge and drank a bit of beer / polished off the Grants bottle and a few cans of coke. At 1:30 I got into bed and set my alarm for 5 to watch the second half of the Germany v Brazil semi ...
... of what we have but about paying attention of what damage we might be doing as population to our natural world. The oil plantation is a perfect example of issues every country has only in a different aspects of it.
I can easily say I was unaware and a proper ignorant before the travel...one thing I know tho...if a person wont step in to that plane and travel, I know I will change nothing by writing what I do today. I sure wouldn't care, ...
... They are German and the girls graduated on IB, the same program as Elena and Ariana are doing. We talk about schools, University, travels and experiences, before we left to have "movie night" after a full day.
We started very early in the morning, even before we had breakfast. It was a very clear day and the light was beautiful, we were very lucky! The guy who was driving our boat was ...
... man so hearing stories of WWII and helping to put in context. Terribly cruel race, the Japanese!! Checked into our hotel on the harbour in Sanadakan, which is affectionately known as the 'cranky old lady' by the owner as it is charming but keeps leaking and breaking down!! Passed hundreds of shanty houses built on sticks on the shore on our drive here. Real eye-opener and contrast to some of the wealth you see in other parts of the town. Beautiful ...
Our (mini)bus did eventually arrive to take us to the Kinabatangan river edge and our jungle lodge for the night. The Kinabatangan is Sabah's longest river at 560km and is so chocolatey brown it would pose a serious safety risk to Augustus Gloop. The river banks are also home to a rare species of monkey only found in Borneo; the Proboscis monkeys. They have big noses and we thought it would have been rude not to pay them a visit whilst we resided in their territory.