Jungle Blues Dream Art Gallery & Homestay
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJungle Blues Dream Art Gallery & Homestay Bario
The couple, the artist, the location ...the way yhtey treat you and ... this countryside makes worth to go there !
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... The caves provide two methods of income to the local tribes, one is swiftlet birds’ nests for ‘birds nest soup’ (an eastern delicacy), and Guano (bat faeces), which is a powerful and lucrative fertilizer (the cave stank of these droppings, not pleasant). The caves were huge, high ceilings and cavernous darkness – we needed a torch to find our way around, while also keeping an eye out for the HUGE bugs living in the darkness. Let’s just say ...
... however really good and manage to avoid that I fell asleep ;-) It took place in the city.
In the old city there is also a Chinese temple.
The old city is full of typical timber houses.
In that week the first heavy rain in Bintulu came. The Monsum is beginning.
In the market I discovered every kind of fruits and vegetables (don't ask me the name of all ;-) )
There is also an indoor part of the market:
There you can meet the locals:
... of the timber industry can be seen.
After a good working day, I discover the house where I will leave with a colleague (the red one).
The light in this part of the globe is incredible, the clouds are different.
This all leads to beautiful sunsets.
After weeks of self indulgance on the Thai islands (lets not lie we pretty much drank ourselves into through most of Asia) we decided we needed new experience and headed for Borneo Jungle.
Bario is a malaysian village in the centre of the Kelabit Highlands in Borneo, close to the Kalimantan Border. Bario accessible only by a small 12 seater plane which was also laden with goods; eggs, bags of sugar, mattresses piled onto empty seats, ...