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... we were equipped with brollies!! We debated whether or not the weather would clear in time to do the trip however as the rain got thicker, the lightning brighter and the thunder more.... thunderous(?) we made the smart choice and elected for a game of cards with coffee and chocolate! We know this was the right decision as by the next morning the river had jumped up two feet after a full 12 hours of rain! Later in the evening, whilst walking through the grounds, Ed shouted ...
... all enjoyed the ride and were glad to be out of the jungle.
When we reached the village we had to spend one more night there because our bus to the Perhentian Islands was supposed to leave at 8.30. We all had a shower, got some food and chilled out for the rest of the day. We were all happy to be back although mosquitoes kept on eating us also during our last night in Kuala Tahan. We donīt think there is something we hate more than mosquitoes! Africa was nothing comparing to South East Asia :( ...
... the village dies. The body is hung in the tree. But, it is laid out on a bamboo platform and has a roof on it. Food, tools, and personal items are left with the body for use when the person's spirit returns.
The tribe moves away to another place in the jungle and builds a new village. It is a bad omen to stay in the old village when someone has died there.
They do not have a religion as such, but believe in spirits. When the spirit of the deceased ...
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There are only a couple of small streets in the village with small stands of food and a few souvenirs. People come here for the trekking in the rainforest and other nature adventures.
In my next entry I want to tell you about my time spent in THE OLDEST RAINFOREST ON EARTH.
... I still don't want to pay for it on the floor. Bag of crisps and some water and we're on our way - a pretty windy road for the next 45 minutes, wild monkeys, hundreds of palm trees with lorries full of what I think are the fruit/ seed used to extract palm seed oil from. And we arrive, the town is tiny - we knew we would never get the experience like we saw on the tv as he had gone in the jungle for several days and we didn't have the time, or really want to spend that much ...