Colmar Tropicale, Berjaya Hills - Malaysia
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... good time, until the minivan starts to overheat and we have to pull over and let it cool down while the driver tries to find some water to top up the radiator. Progress from here is slow, but we finally make it to Gua Musang early afternoon where we have some lunch and make use of the free wifi to catch up with the world. For the next leg we jump into another minivan, this one with more people so a lot more cramped – sadly, this is the ...
... we did it really fast. When we reached this place there was another group, the thing that actually made us feel better because we haven’t seen any other people for the entire day. The hide itself was awful. It was a concrete building with open windows and 10 wooden bunk beds with no mattresses. Besides that, it had a nasty bathroom of which content always ended up on the floor after flushing. It wasn’t the best but better than spending the night outside.
... I felt dirty because of all the sweat, so I took a shower and just relaxed, waiting for the night walk.
It stayed dry, which meant we could do the night walk. The same girls as this morning cancelled the night walk and I was kinda on my own, but they arranged that I could join another group. I joined a guide who liked using Dutch words for all the bugs and insects he could find… He thought he spoke German, but most of it ...
... told us we could walk through the village and if we pointed our camera at one of the tribe members, they would either walk away or stay. If they walked away, they did not want their picture taken. If they didn't move, it was okay to photograph them.
The place where the guide told us about the tribes and where the blowgun demo was done was on the riverbank, surrounded by a few huts. The huts looked lived in but no one was inside them. Two of us started up ...
... I still don't want to pay for it on the floor. Bag of crisps and some water and we're on our way - a pretty windy road for the next 45 minutes, wild monkeys, hundreds of palm trees with lorries full of what I think are the fruit/ seed used to extract palm seed oil from. And we arrive, the town is tiny - we knew we would never get the experience like we saw on the tv as he had gone in the jungle for several days and we didn't have the time, or really want to spend that much ...