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... orangutans at the previous viewing spots.
We had turned around and started heading back down the Sekonyer as the next day we would be returning to Pankalan Bun. On the way there we stopped at the Sekonyer Village for a walk around. It's pretty rough, people living in wooden shacks and rubbish everywhere. Zulham says there's around a hundred families in the village. I asked him what they do for employment and he reckons most of them are involved in the palm ...
... the Komodo Dragon still lives. This prehistoric lizard (which grows to over 10 feet long and 150 pounds) is now the principal reason people visit this remote island.
Gretchen was a little lame from several days of touring, so only Bob went to visit the ...
... night, so we got some food and chocolate and just crashed out and had a 6 hour nap in the comfiest bed ever, and then woke up and chilled watching desperate housewives! The next morning we woke up and headed to the train station to make our way to Bali, however when we got there we were told that all of the trains to Bali were fully booked for the next week as there was an arts festival on which we obviously had no idea about as online it said you can book your train on the day!! ...
... of cities: 78
# of planes: 8
# of trains: 137
# of ferries: 1
# of buses: 26
# of taxis: 2
... the cars to stop. It appears to work! After a nightmare trip involving trying to find the local bus station in 40c heat, a terrifying bus ride in heavy rain, a Bemo ride (share taxi van thing) to the wrong place which we still had to pay for even though the driver blatantly knew his Bemo wasn't going on the route we asked for, a long walk to find our guesthouse up a dodgy alleyway with drunk locals shouting "Miss Miss, Mr Mr" ...