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Children Hide Inside Tree in Sabah, Borneo, World War ll

  It was time for the Borneo Jungle Walk in Sabah, Borneo.   As we entered the jungle, the first thing to walk across was a swinging rope bridge, which David managed with ease.    I won’t say how T managed on the rope bridge, but  I have this vision of him with arms and legs sprawled in all directions between the ropes. Suffice it to say that he looked like he had had “ten too many”.     Voodoo in the Jungle   Real Borneo jungle is choking with trees and foliage of every description, and the way the … More…

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Stomping Your Feet Does Not Help

  It started with a comedy of errors. Freezing rain cancelled our flight out of Toronto to Nicaragua so there were 40-minute line-ups at the pay phones just to try to re-schedule. T was relatively new at “travel glitches” and was wringing his hands in anxiety. After many years of travel I was used to flight delays, but this long forty-minute wait was getting to me too.        We finally gave it up and suddenly found direct line phones where we quickly got re-scheduled on a flight the next morning. Then it was back to the hotel overnight.   … More…

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