Borneo, 5.30pm - Day 2
We are on the move again.
After having a few hours to settle into our hotel and meeting two of our guides we aremaking our way to a cultural evening.
There are a few tired looking faces but the thought of a good meal and a bed to sleep in tonight it is still smiles all round.
Sarah and myself ventured out in the city and found a fantastic food market. Bowls of chillis and fruit and veg of all kind.
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We treated ourselves to a coconut drink. Oily and texture and luke warm it didn’t tickle our taste buds as much as we had expected but it was refreshing in the heat.
We also bought a bag of rambutan fruit for the team. Ramut meaning hair and tan stands for the seed in the middle.
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- 3 The latest court results for Welwyn Hatfield and Potters Bar
- 4 Welwyn Garden City Hockey Club pushing for more girls to play in centenary season
- 5 Save Symondshyde still waiting for inspector's report
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- 7 Welwyn continue meteoric rise up the table as Owais Shah takes centre stage again
- 8 Heroic dogs win Royal Veterinary College award
- 9 'This doesn’t make much sense' - MPs react to proposed boundary changes
- 10 Pupils present check from Captain Tom 100 Challenge to charity
In true tropical style the heavens have now opened.. Looks like we’ve got a damp night ahead of us.