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... bed to sleep in, get a decent coffee and enjoy a leech free environment when you get back to town in the evening. Our first trip out was to tick off the main Borneo attraction - orang-utans! We went to a wildlife sanctuary just outside the city where the orang-utans are semi wild including some rescue animals that live in the 3 acre park. As it's the end of fruiting season, we were told we may not see any at all as there's loads of food in the jungle so they ...
... right in the middle of Chinatown a few minutes walk from the
picturesque waterfront on the Sarawak River. I am 5 minutes away from
the ultra-modern Merdeka Plaza---filled with such shops as McD, Burger
King, Pizza Hut, Starbucks, Samsung, Sony and such. The people are very
friendly and welcoming. Some Polish travellers I met commented that
they feel quite safe in Asia as compared to their ...
... matter but it was a bit bizarre. About 20 minutes passed and another driver showed up with an Australian guy in his 20s and an Indian guy in his 40s. We jumped in and made our way to the airport. The Indian guy (I think his name was Raj) was actually a very funny and interesting man who had some great travel stories. When we arrived at the airport we had a couple of hours to kill and Maddi and I stuck with the Australian guy as he was on our flight. The strange thing when ...
... Durian fruit is banned on public transport and hotels in most places in Malaysia as it has such an offensive smell. Apparently it has a "marmite effect" on people. We decided to go for it and tried it in ice cream form. At first sniff it smelt a bit like mango, then the real smell set in. It tastes and smells like gone off vegetables and feet. It's so gross! Of course Pete didn't care either way and ate it but said he wouldn't eat it again which ...
... place:borneoheadhunters and that they made traditional tattoos
besides the typical electric gun .
And how is the traditional method? The ink is inserted into the skin using a needle, attached to a stick bamboo, which in turn is hammered on with the other bamboo cane. Sounds great, right?
On one hand , I couldnīt stop thinking about having a tattoo , but I did not see me with something for a lifetime yet. Finally ...