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... to get themselves into the picture as they were so tall, everyone was doing it so we decided to join in.
... of a taxi ride inland which could be very pricey if you're in the back of beyond. I was a victim of this - fortunately others were also and, again fortunately, 'inland' wasn't such a hideous taxi trek.
A speedboat took us from Kuala Besut to Pulau Perhentian Kecil which was the island we had chosen and makes up one of several Perhentian Island. The Perhentian Islands are a small group of stunning islands and each is a ...
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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 ...
... the villagers knowledge. Our guide demonstrated to us how to use a blow pipe and let us tried it out. It was a lot tougher than I thought since my dart only hit the net not he targeted stuffed animal . Next an Orang Asli boy teen showed us how to start a fire with Wood and a piece of vine. After much rubbing with the wood, smoke started and by blowing at the cinder allow the fire to get stronger then he transferred the fire onto a pile of dried palm leaves ...
... in the village. The chief is also the medicine man and his wife is the medicine woman.
Each of the 18 Orang Asli tribes have their own languages and customs, and each have a number of villages in the tribe. Each village has 40-100 families, each with between 9-11 children.
The tribes do not intermarry with other tribes, as they see all the tribes as "different" people, each with their own language and customs.
But, there is evidence that for ...