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Walk Like An Egyptian

Observe closely the next time when a heron is wading through a shallow pool of water in a swamp ferreting for its next big catch. You will soon catch the meaning of  “Walk Like An Egyptian”.

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Pterodactyl in the Likas Jurrasic Park

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And Into the River We’d Dive

                                                                             -the Boss

Waterfall

Waterfall

A rocky river stream or a miniature waterfall? Sabah is full of them. Some are spectacular and some are mediocre. Some are public properties, some are privately owned. All in all, they are all for a good day out. Picnic, anyone? Yes, please! As long as it’s your treat.

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Down the Southern Ocean (Sea)

This is a typical traditional house for the early Chinese settlers in Borneo when they first set foot on the land (in the nineteenth & early twentieth century).

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Entrée! And Bon Appetit!

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Buffalo Bill in the Wild, Wild East

A dwindling sight now in Sabah, although water buffalos can still be seen when you travel further afield from the town centres.

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Buffalo Soldier, Dreadlock Rasta ???????????????

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Swashbuckling Romances For the Ladies

Suluk, otherwise known as Tausug, are an ethnic group residing in the countries of Southeast Asia. The southern Phillipines is the place where you will find the majority of them. Sabah has also got a fair share of the Suluk people. Their traditional costumes are usually very colourful and full of the romanticisms associated with the era long gone by.  And that’s where you ladies come in.

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The Recreational Sport of the Nouveau Riche

Sailing In Black & White

Sailing In Black & White

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A Red Dwarf from Jamaica

A strange little plant this is. It just suddenly sprang right before my eyes. It was the first time I have ever seen such a flower (or is it a plant?) when I happened to  drop by at a local popular resort (Rasa Ria). I may have seen this plant somewhere else before but not really sure. 

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