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... through the trees. It may not have been my best night sleep, but one of my best mornings. After a slow start we were given tea and coffee and biscuits to keep us going with breakfast was being made. As a result of one of the girls hurting her foot the day before on the decent Jonny decided we were not going back into the jungle and would enjoy a nice morning by the river and prepare for our rafting back. A bit disappointed as I would have loved a couple more hours ...
... were doing all the work and they're fun to watch, they obviously love their job. Once safely back we all arranged to meet in the evening and it proved to be another night of singing and dancing, they really know how to entertain you.
To repay some of their kindness I organised a BBQ down by the riverside of chicken and vegetables and of course sambal which is the staple diet here, it's hot hot hot, they have it with everything and ...
... on the trip. After dinner we played some amusing games, 2 of which Terry won with his mathematical genius. Another game involved covering your teeth with your lips like an orangutan and speaking a silly rhyme, we took a pic of our orangutan faces for you. Your welcome.
We retired to our shelter soon enough and tried to sleep as best as we could on the hard floor. Luckily we both resisted the urge to find the camp 'toilet' in the middle of the night. The ...
... which waited for us. To be fair it was chilly and I was one of the only ones wearing shorts. Some of the people were dressed like they were off on an arctic expedition. Worst of all, the ones wearing all the gear had no idea and looked like they’d struggle to walk to the shops let alone up a mountain. At least we had no gear and no idea.
The jeep dropped us off in the complete darkness and we had to walk to the viewpoint which was a fairly steep ...