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... inside the plant offering its protection in exchange. If you tap or shake the plant you can actually hear an 'ant alarm' is going off- the hissing-like sound made by them dropping on their belly which lets soldier ants know that the plant is under attack. In Mulu we've seen 4 show caves with Deer cave being the most impressive one. The cave is a home to over 3 million bats which every evening form spiral formation and fly out for dinner. The spiral is form to confuse predators ...
... of Malays, Chinese, Indians and Thais. That also meant that there was a great variety of food available. Omar has been living in Langkawi for more than a year, so his perspective on the island and it's people was interesting. Due to his tight work schedule we didn't spend a lot of time with him, but when we did it was joyous and full of innovative business ideas. Now we have a friend in Uganda and a reason to explore that country in the near future. We were very ...
... views were amazing. We headed back down and stopped for lunch. We made noodles earlier on in the day, so it was a roadside picnic. After lunch we jumped back on the scooter and headed to Kuah to find a bank and supermarket. In Kuah we drove around for ages trying to find a supermarket but didn't have any luck. We did however manage to find a bank so stopped and withdrew money for the Perhettian Islands. We got back on ...
... friendship really means so much to me.
A glass was raised, and a toast to the bride and groom kick started a night of great fun and laughter, and getting round all the guests to see their outfits was hilarious. A huge buffet was laid out of salads, veggies, proper spuds, pastas etc. and roast pork with proper cracklin was the perfect touch, (you've no idea how hard it is to get pork in a Muslim country and I don't know how they did it)! ...
Well folks after my long winded first day in Malaysia blog We have been so busy enjoying our adventure just haven't had time to write anything so here's a catch up of everything we have done. Kula lumpur- hostel was great clean very central great staff. China town was good but even the fake stuff being sold looked fake..! Food has been amazing and has been the highlight of many a long day exploring. We went up to sky bar seen the petronos towers. Went on to top ...