It’s been a busy week, cramming in visits to national parks and the many other things to see and do around Kuching (last stop). I’ve seen a lot of wildlife, as expected, so I’m looking forward to something a bit cultural as we begin to head up river through the gateway to the ‘wild interior’.
|Proboscis monkey, Bako national park|
Arriving into Sibu yesterday on the ferry, we are taking a day to pause, and determine if the next leg is actually doable.
Number 1 on the list for the Malaysian piece of Borneo for me, is Mulu national park. I want to take a 3 day trek to the Pinnacles, but there are a lot of safety issues associated with doing this with a knee injury; which unfortunately I am still sporting. Perhaps I will just have to settle for visiting the “most spectacular caves in the World” instead?
In other news…
Due to being out of the UK for almost 6 months now, I’ve had to resign from demonstrating for Stampin’ Up! But that doesn’t mean the crafting will stop. In fact I hunted out a scrapbooking supplier in Kuching to make a customised travel journal for me, for all the bits and pieces I’ve been collecting, but unfortunately there wasn’t time for it to be made before I had to take the ferry out of there – bad planning on my part! I’m still on the look out for crafting opportunities however ;)!
Finally, just in case you missed my last few posts:
– Don’t forget to check out the free eBook download available today and tomorrow, which has a short article by me:
PS it seems it is also available for free on the US Amazon page too.
– There’s still more from my time in Singapore to come, but do check my run down of the less visited places in Singapore, if you haven’t done so already: