July 28, 2008

Borneo: 3rd Largest Island in the World

BORNEO is filled with excitements and ineffable wonders, either day or night it never cease to amaze me even though I've been living almost 3 decades of my life here. And till today I'm still astounded by its vastness of multifarious cultures, traditions and ethnicities; and even the eclectic sights & sounds that only few places on earth could have.

This is our journey within Borneo and as all journeys that I've been through, its' always good to have friends/family around you. (Yes, sometimes its nice to have peace and quiet sometimes but not in this blog.)

The 'cast and crew' of this blog are a fun bunch indeed. (Sometimes we tend to have way too much fun, but thats' life as I prefer it to be.) All credits(and I mean ALL CREDITS) goes to them as they've made the whole process of trekking around Borneo more .... exhilarating?. So this is more of a 'dedication'/'memoirs'- thingamajig' to them. Hats' off to ya'll!!

A Picture speaks a Thousand Words...a glimpse of what this blog is about...

Pesta Gambus - July 2008

Orang Ulu House - Sarawak Cultural Village

Kulow Theater Play - World Harvest Festival 2008

DJ Meg - May 2008

Kuching Waterfront, Sarawak - 2008

Its' a journey, of what has happened, what is happening and of things that might happen. Who knows? Learned a lot in those journeys. Some of the stuff you'll be reading in this blog comes from either an event which took place long ago or only recently.

So disregard any dates you might see on the footer/bottom of each blog for each post/entry would not contain exact dates...maybe months, maybe. I'm pretty bad with dates and numbers as it is but I'm very good at recollecting of what happened and what I saw or heard.

I do assure you though...what you are about to read, will shock the very foundation of...the human psyche'? naaah...just kidding....enjoyable yes. If you want something that screws with your 'head' you could go to my other blog.

Enough ranting from me and enjoy the rest.

Next up...the Cast and Crew of borneotrekkerz.blogspot.com


maslight said...

cuba go do adventure trip XD

tere616 said...

Do you know that Kaamatan in Malay is Kalimantan in Bahasa Indonesia.

And since Serawak is part of Borneo, then all the tradition, much alike the same.

I've been to Kalimantan before, West Kalimantan precisely, and went to Rumah Panjang, where Dayak people lives.

It's interesting to read and saw the pict in your post of that tradition at Sarawak and Dayak Iban

uncleawang said...

I visited SCV only if there is a happening around.I miss the last RFMF because I miss the free ticket.
Anyway I thank you for viewing my Skywatch..
Have a nice weekend.