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Sabri takes us on a tour through the National Park the next day, turned out to be a 4 hour hike! So great exercise to get our legs fit again after the long journey the previous day. He points out all the wildlife to us, that we certainly would not have spotted ourselves. Extremely educational! We also went over a couple of Canopy bridges, super high above the trees which was amazing! The 45 metres high and 510 metres long walkway is ...
... buddy to camp on. And another mosquito net for the new bed which proved essential for any nights slept by a jungle.
After settling in we greeted the neighbours - not the human neighbours, the komodo dragons that slipped in and out of the stream by our accomodation. They did NOT look harmless critters, maybe watch our step after late-night beach bevvies.
BEWARE: Slightly 'no-****-Sherlock' warning but DO ...
... can adopt a turtle and the money helps the consevation. Of course, with my love of turtles, I adopted 2 turtles and named them: Cristina and Einstein, but I was able to release a dozen of them so I know at least one will survive!
Snorkelling, you have to be careful of "trigger fish", these fish defend their nest but also get "triggered" if you go near them. The big ones (at least 50cm or more) can really hurt if they come after you as they have teeth. It wont kill you, ...
... sort of path, over and under low trees, sliding down middy banks and scrambling over rocks. A good walk but hot in the Malaysian heat! At one point we came out of the jungle and onto a bit of a beach, lovely white sand and crystal clear sea. And a snake. A long green skinny thing. I took refuge onto of a large rock until it slithered away. I'm not a fan of snakes. We continued our walk round to the next beach where we got some lunch from one of the little shacks where I ...