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... odkrywajacej pijawkę na nodze czy ręce) dotarliśmy do Rajskiego Ogrodu i wodospadu, który okazał się doskonałym sposobem na odświeżenie jak rownież miejscem na obiad. Po 2 godzinach leniuchowania na skałach ruszylismy w stronę powrotną zatrzymując się pod wieczór przed wejściem do jaskini żeby podziwiać raz jeszcze nietoperze wylatujecie na wieczorne łowy. Po 9 i ...
... shopping malls and some beautiful parks where I was drilled during a few military bootcamps I attended ;). During these bootcamps I met many locals who were all extremely friendly and tipped me about all the best places on the island. I got the true Penang experience. After Georgetown came Melaka, a few hours down south, where Dutch influences are still very visible. The Main Street is called 'Jonker Street', the town hall is referred to as the Stadhuis and the city ...
... and came to a small river and a village. We collectively decided to walk through the village and find a shortcut back to park headquarters. We walked though the village and ended up in the forest. One of the villagers pointed to us to turn around and go back the way we came.
Back at the river, once again we boarded the river taxi and rode back to headquarters with our memories and photos.
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... I couldn't give up this easily. It was only 0.34 km to the waterfall, so 0.7 km there and back. How bad could it be?
And so I set off to the next waterfall. Getting there was easy. It took me less than ten minutes to navigate my way down. And the Finnish guy was right, the waterfall was stunning. But now I was down there, I really had to gather my strength to get back up that hill. With no more water, and still sweating like crazy. For a brief moment I even ...
Niah National park is the location of Niah Cave. It is one of the largest caves in SEA and is the archeological site where the oldest remains of Homosapian in Asia were discovered. It is also MASSIVE!!! It’s home to millions of bats, swiftlets, crickets, spiders and assorted other creepy crawlers. Two of the local tribes use the cave as a source of income; one collects the ...