Holiday Inn Hotel Kuching
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... and upbringing from their mother and instead were kept in a human environment chained for 20 some years.
The other problem, also due to human interaction, is they come back from the wild, apparently bored, to see what the humans are up to now. So, what seems like cute and curious behavior and interaction from the orangutans, turns out to be behavior that is debilitating for them to ever have a chance at surviving independently in the wild ...
... was only for the next night and one night only, not 3 as we originally had booked for. They told b they were fully booked, so he went back to the boat jetty to see if we could get a boat back. I asked her if we could camp, as we had a mozzie net and silk sheets, and didn't want to waste the journey..she said no..then all of a sudden a VIP room became available..these were only for officials apparently and the only rooms to have aircon. It was 3 times the price of the standard room ...
... their bare hands I stood back. It's quite compelling viewing just watching them watching us. Eventually we moved into the jungle and that's where Edwin cartwheeled down the rope which I caught on video. In all I saw 5 or 6 of them of all different ages and sizes. It's such a privilege and something I definitely won't forget in a hurry. My photos are a bit rubbish I'm afraid but trust me it was ...
... and along the river, which will take another 2 1/2 hours to the tribe. The long boat ride was an experience. Just after we got into the boats we rode into the storm clouds, although travelling along the river was a really cool experience we could hardly see a thing with rain pelting at us. We even had our sunglasses on just to stop the rain hitting or eyes. ...
... past mud flats full of tiny crabs who had only 1 massive claw, and a small waterfall, past a number of different species of carnivorous Pitcher plants and then over the top of a hill to the beach which although lovely we all decided to not swim in given some of the warnings about jellys, crocs and other nippy and stingy things!
The boat back was lovely and we got to see some of the hidden beaches of the NP before enjoying a lunch at the HQ – alas though ...