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For Indra <3




Orang Asli

One of the most interesting chance encounter was meeting the so called lit. "original people", "natural people" or "aboriginal people" in Malay. It were the children in the deep Cameron Highlands that impressed us and welcomed us outright. Walking through the teaplantation was special and unique.

The Orang Asli luckily showed us the way to the "teahouse". There we had yummy tea from the teaplantation we walked through before as well as choclate cake :-)


Hero turtles...

Malaysia was amazing. I'm still living on the last weeks...Snorkelling with a giant turtle was the best I ever did in the sea. It felt like being a part of this earth, also belonging absolutely into the nature. The moment when the turtle came out to the surface for breathing was really awesome. I saw this big head over the surface, which was bigger than mine :-) and so broad! The sharks I swam with could not top this calm, huge, impressive animal at all, but it was also an great experience, of course.

Borneo had also its amenities. The turtle island reef was full of beautiful corals in all colours with some different species of fish, but I decided to enjoy this pleasure so pure and good I could without taking pictures underwater. Here you just find some moments in between going down and finding nemo (have met him so often in the sea anemone :-)) and laying in the turtle pits...


The way it goes...


10 days before you came


"Take a look to the sky just before you die..."

The sky was the same as here in europe...
...almost the same... :-)