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... I did nearly lose my shoe once but managed to grab a tree branch and pull myself out. I felt a bit like Bear Grylls at times. It sounds funny to say but I can see why the jungle can be such a dangerous place if you were to get lost. It took about an hour and a half but I eventually made it to the waterfall. It wasn't a high waterfall but due to the incredible amount of rainfall it was very powerful. In fact the path continued on to Tajor beach but that required crossing the ...
... that he doesn't like it but would never waste food. I could still smell it on us even after showers.
We had a few more hours to kill before dinner so we watched the Hobbit part 2 just for a refresh and to get in the mood. I also did my hair like Legolas and off we went to Tandoori Lyn restaurant with Anna our Australian friend, Sara a lady from Oxford, Bergit ...
... 8211; a little delayed though this time as they were under staffed and nobody was available to remove the air bridge from the plane. Once that got sorted we were soon underway – takeoff was pretty bumpy and old Joey brown trousers was struggling for a bit.
Thankfully back on the ground we had arrived in Kuching, the capital of the state of Sarawak - Kuching apparently means "Cat" in Malaysian hence the existence of a Cat museum in the city which we ...
... and confused about where the evening was leading we decided to get ourselves to bed ready for an early start for a day a Bako national park. We arrived at Bako by a really stunning boat ride with trees growing out of the water and big rock faces along the way. After registering ourselves with the park we set off in search of proboscis monkeys (known better to us a dick nosed monkeys). Our first spot was a female with a pretty little nose relaxing in a tree, soon followed by ...
... so that is where Im spending most of my time - in national parks. I did a number of treks through the jungle paths, trying to get my legs ready for a mountain trek that I have planned (with fear and trepidation) in a few days time. Bako NP is well setup - You sign your name in a book and write down what time you leave and what tracks you are taking and then sign back in when you return. Not many people took guides so I followed suit, finding myself a ...