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... as the rain started) with no-one missing! It was all very organised, you must sign in and out when you go for a walk, this is because a Chinese girl had died a few month's earlier on one of the trails and noone knew where she was. That evening everyone who was sleeping there joined together in the restaurant and we all laughed and swapped experiences and offered ideas to each other. Much better than any travel book! Todd volunteered to get everyone's ...
... de nit: Aquí també hi havia Louis Vuitton cada 50 metres, però era tot fals!
Don’t you have some days better than others? Same here. Hey there are good days and days that are not ...
... be able to try
it as the fruiting season is November to February. Durian has a very bad
smell and is banned from hotels, airlines and most public places. Still not
sure how to describe the smell but once you have smelt it you can detect it
anywhere. Anyway I thought the fruit was Durian but as it was out of season,
I asked the guy who said it was Durian and did we want some; I explained we
were staying in a hotel so he said he would ...
... began the climb to the pinnacles. To give you an overview of the climb it's a 2.4km trek but rises over 1,200 meters from the camp, the whole climb is basically at a 45 degree angle with the final section near vertical with ropes and ladders to help. Basically it's not a very safe climb and aimed at experienced climbers...not first time climbers like myself so we knew it was going to be tough! The first 900m was meant to a 'warm up' to assess how fit we were. We had ...
Borneo! The most and maybe only thing I ever really connected Borneo with was headhunting. I didn't really even know where it was. I think I just thought it was somewhere in Africa. It just sounded like an African place!
Besides the caves and trekking trails in Borneo, another popular activity is hiking the "Headhunters Trail". You go along narrow trails and visit several authentic villages of the original headhunters of Borneo.
In 1884, The Very ...