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Wow it has been a while since the last blog, I did not have proper internet access until now. A lot has happened!
I left Singapore very early in the morning to catch my flight from Johor Bahur in Malaysia to go to Tawau, Borneo, Malaysia. Many people from Singapore take a flight from Malaysia because it is cheaper and just across the border. I took a taxi to cross over, but if you have time, you can also take a bus which is cheaper. I arrived ...
... I felt dirty because of all the sweat, so I took a shower and just relaxed, waiting for the night walk.
It stayed dry, which meant we could do the night walk. The same girls as this morning cancelled the night walk and I was kinda on my own, but they arranged that I could join another group. I joined a guide who liked using Dutch words for all the bugs and insects he could find… He thought he spoke German, but most of it ...
... You know how, when a great day is over, you regret returning to where you left from? Well, it is not this way for me today. I will return to the charming little village on the river bank, which is just as amazing, with it's floating restraurants and sandy beach, as the rainforest jungle adventure was today!
I wish you could have been here with me today as I wandered through this 130 million year old rainforest in Malaysia.
Next: "Death In The Jungle"
... pretty good - one of them appeared to offer me a square-go. I reckon I would've taken him on land, but as he was underwater, I backed off.
One of the quirks in Malaysia is that you can hire a taxi for a number of hours, to be, basically, a personal driver. On Langkawi this is a great way to see different parts of the island. My driver, Wan (no cheap gags), was very knowledgeable about the island, the various features, buildings and so on. He ...
... and a rose farm. The landscapes were as ever very impressive; much more like England here in the sense that they'd cut a lot of the blasted rainforest down and replaced it with tea plants, strawberries etc. We left the Cameron Highlands and are now in Georgetown on the island of Penang; this is our last stop in Malaysia, after which we head to Thailand. Penang is famous for its street food, which so far has been fantastic. ...