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It is weird doing final thoughts on a country we visited in 2015 (and will no doubt visit again), but here goes….
Neither one of us got pooped on. And some of the birds took really big, yucky poos so that was quite the accomplishment. Yeah! (I can’t believe I just wrote that….)
We spent the week in Georgetown. No, we weren’t back in the U.S., and we definitely weren’t anywhere near the mess of D.C. Instead, we were in the Georgetown that is on Penang Island in Malaysia.
One of our goals for our trip to Borneo was to see proboscis monkeys, otherwise known as long nose monkeys. (Also supposedly known as Dutchmen by the locals because of the big bellies and big, red noses. I guess Dutch … Continue reading
We have spent the last week in Kuching, which is the capital of Sarawak in the Borneo region of Malaysia. Kuching is situated right on the Sarawak river, which divides the town into North and South. There are even city … Continue reading
When we were planning out our time in Kuching, everything we read said we absolutely had to go to Bako National Park. Seriously, people raved about it so much we were kicking ourselves for not getting our act together and … Continue reading
We went to Borneo with one key goal: see orangutans. (See…we do like some orange things….not everything orange is bad….) So off we went today to the Semenggoh Nature Reserve. The reserve takes orphaned and and rescued orangutans and trains … Continue reading
OK, OK, this really should be called final thoughts on Indonesia. But, since we only visited Bali and Flores, that didn’t really seem fair. So, here goes.
Robert and I have made our way to the island of Flores and the town of Labuan Bajo. The town is pretty sleepy — one main road lined with dive shops and a few restaurants. We came here with two … Continue reading