Royal Orchids Garden Hotel
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... you are doing you will have rabbits close to you, which is
your dog that should be able to sniff them out where, hopefully they are
lying low far from their burrows.
Apart from potentially bagging
some rabbit for the pot, rabbit hunting is also a good way to introduce
new hunters or youngsters to the outdoors, by the way. Rabbit hunting
is a pretty safe sport. It is imperative that to remain a safe sport
that certain ...
... on the bus for several hours under these conditions, so I decided to stay two more days. The people of the guesthouse were so sweet and helpful to me. After I took my paracetamol, they claimed that their jungle-medicine would work better, so I gave it a try. First I drank something really disgusting (the worst the taste, the better, right?!). I think it was eucalyptus, mixed with something oily. Later, the lady had some kind of a root (turmeric) on which she was chewing for ...
... throughout our day, slowly slowly was the order of the day although my nerves were shot by the time we made it back!
We drank and ate fresh coconut with a local family and were told lots of information about their lives, most of which revolved around work in the palm oil plantations which is anything but easy. They have a tough life and live with basics, it's hard to comprehend how difficult their lives are compared to mine, traveling is a ...
... The local jungle-men nicknamed me "Obama." (Because I'm American)We slept in tents that night, falling asleep to the river and any noises that the jungle had to offer. Forget the pillow, but they did have a Tempurpedic yoga mat for us to lay on. Bathrooms were, as you would suspect, the natural kind. A big change coming from the uber-developed amenities of Singapore! P.S. All the photography credit goes to my friends. Obviously, none of it is ...
... met two more sets of mother and baby, it is hard to express how fantastic it is to be so close to these beautiful animals. Their diet is mainly fruit, vegetation, bark and honey and they build nests of branches and foliage daily to sleep in. On our trek we also saw 2 different kinds of monkeys, macques and a Thomas Leaf and a white gibbon. This has been one of the main highlights of our trip so far and so worth the effort to get here and the hard trek through the ...