Nusa Holiday Village
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With the beads of sweat back in full swing and the delays of Malay transportation at its finest I sat in a restaurant under a fan attempting to get a reprieve from the humidity while waiting. After another bus ride and blast of freezing A/C I was again left waiting outside in what felt like even hotter sun following the cold ride for another hour before boarding my boat into the jungle. Of all places I have been Malaysia has been the worst for being on time. ...
before having taken a room I wandered into the communal area in a KL hostel and spied a chess board and quickly found a keen player. Over the game the usually discussion of what are you doing?/ going ? etc was overheard by another guy across the room..
me: "no plans or set dates .."
stranger interrupts: "so come to the jungles ... I am looking for more extras with beards to work in a movie as English soldiers"
... children, sometimes 4 children to 1 parent, birth control is definately needed here! The children can be quite forceful in their begging and will touch your stuff. Some adults gave you the stink eye while others where very happy to see foreigners. These villages do have a school based on charity called "school of hope". I was not able to visit it as it was their school holidays.
I really enjoyed Mabul and the people I have met. I would definately go back there but I ...
... His facial expressions and curiosity with my camera were intriguing. Orangutans are the smartest ape and share 96%2525 of the same DNA of humans.
The following day we flew from Borneo to Penang; the city of AMAZING food! With an eclectic mix of Chinese, Indian, and Malay culture Penang is a cultural, culinary, and religious melting pot. We stayed in the backpacker area in Georgtown on Love Lane and set out our first day to find some ...
... using a bamboo blow gun they make themselves. The poison for the darts is taken from a tree they find in the jungle. The poison is not harmful outside the bloodstream. You can touch the poison or get it on your body without harm. But, once the dart is dipped in the poison and it enters the body of an animal it enters the bloodstream and becomes deadly.
The animal it is shot into does not die. The poison flows through the bloodstream and paralyzes the victim. ...