Welcome to the jungle! Kinabatangan River cruise: Borneo.

http://the-neer-do-wells.com/character/page/page/7/ Our journey down the Kinabatangan river was definitely a highlight of our travels in Borneo – the river cruise is basically a safari but on the water! There is an abundance of incredible wildlife hanging out along the riverbanks of the Kinabatangan; from tiny humming birds to monitor lizards, snakes, orang-utans and of course the famous

Hanging out with the orang-utans in Sepilok

buy ampicillin online Borneo is one of the only places left on Earth where orang-utans exist in the wild. Native to Indonesia and Malaysia, they are now only found in Borneo and Sumatra. It was amazing to visit the conservation centre in Sepilok to see the work they are doing to help support the survival of these endangered

Exploring Bali from Ubud!

Ubud is a very unique and cultural part of Bali; a quirky town full of shops, restaurants and spa’s, surrounded by beautiful rice fields. It’s located in the centre of Bali and takes about an hour and a half from Denpasar airport, but is definitely worth a visit. Some of the people we’ve met around

Komodo dragon trekking

Being one of the only known places left on the planet with Komodo dragons, we couldn’t leave Komodo National park without visiting Rinca island to see these prehistoric predators for ourselves. After an hour boat trip from our location in Walocka Bay we reached Rinca island. There are also dragons to be found on Komodo island itself, but as