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... going on. Wondering if I am about to spent 2 days and 2 nights on a floor? Yes! was the answer! But what happened then was the most amazing experience I had so far In SE Asia. People from my deck took care of me straight away.
Cakes on a floor....water around, smiles and laughs has started. It was like a one big family.
The moment after, two officers brought me the mattress...at that stage I didn't want it. I am here with my mates and they don't have one and so ...
... wanted to say hello, introduce themselves and wish us a nice day. We were stood watching a group of monkeys when one seemingly local lad said in very good English " watch your stuff as they'll take it, cute little buggers though innit" turns out he was from Uxbridge in London! The monkeys were awesome! I think they were just some form of long tailed Macqaque. We were happily sat in the middle of the Botanical gardens which again were beautiful when we heard ...
... something out of the usual people just want to know the whole story then usually decide without consultation that this is probably OK and then set about helping you solve the problem. Now should you want to give them something personally by way of appreciation then that is OK too but usually not essential. None of the " not my problem mate" or " our process does not allow that" There is an emphasis on getting things done not preventing ...
Picture a sand island in the middle of the ocean if you look around you could see some other islands far away, some only a shadow. The island is quit flat with in the middle lots of trees specially palm trees but still flat. Then most of the island lets say 3 quarters of it is surrounded by wooden huts. Build on wooden poles into he water, On the beach and into the "jungle". You can see the difference straight away between he local ones and the huts made for tourists. Little boats ...
... took over the majority of the land in Sabah, from Kota Kinabalu all the way down to Semporna and Tawau. Much of the scenery during the many hours I spent on buses was dominated by the palm oil plantations. That was also disturbing. So much of natural beauty has been stripped away and a home for thousands of animal species has been destroyed for human profit. Orangutans are endangered in Sabah for this reason - the land that was once their home has ...