21 February 2010

Trip to Entanggor Village

Our last school holiday was exciting although tiring. We went to an Iban longhouse in Entanggor, Sarawak. There were around 100 of us, consisted of young and old people. Some went there by boat, especially those who were not fit for hiking. I chose to hike since it's the nature that I was interested in. We had to park our car at the nearest Iban village (sorry, I couldn't remember the name)
(The Ibans here were friendly to us. They allowed us to park our car at their compound)
(During our hiking, we discovered many rivers. I drank the water and thank goodness! I did not get stomach ache)
(The journey was long, it took us two hours to get there. No wonder this guy, Mr. Boniface, looked serious. Hehehe)
(And whalla! these two were young girls. Of course! their stamina is greater than mine)
(We had to wait for people who were left behind)
(The walk in the jungle in a group was really fun. We were not bored)
(Some of the ladies were busy collecting fruits. They call it as "Berangan" fruits)
(Hahaha...they were smilling because the journey had not really started)
(Oh man! Mr Christopher was really really tired)

After two hours journey to the centre of the jungle, we finally reached the longhouse. Will be back for the story. See yeah!

18 Reptozian Messages:

Ocean Girl said...

Wow must be quite an experience.

And the pictures are colorful and wonderful. Look forward to the stories.

Ms Tikot said...

Wah... bestnya. Jungle tracking kah?

Krisno said...

Good experience...banyak gambar mother nature boleh ambil..

betchai said...

wow, that hike with the group looks a lot of fun, i enjoyed those kind of activities with my students before way back in the Philippines.

manglish said...

i am really not a trekking or hiking or anything nature guy aaahah but i totally enjoy other people doing all those things for me hahahhahhaa

Shingo T said...

It's pretty embarrasing to admit that I haven't done much REAL trekking in my life.

I wanna do it someday. ^_^

Mei Teng said...

Have nevet visited an Iban longhouse before. Would like to in the future.

Dee Loner said...

where is this place anyway?

Coffee Girl said...

Wah... must be an awesome hike! Tengok muka dah tau. lain kali ajaklah saya. my nokia hp pun boleh ambik gambar clear bah. :-) i love longhouses, esp the hospitality. sigh...

foongpc said...

Wah! Nice walking in the jungle! I like! : )

But never visited Iban longhouse before!! Must visit someday! : )

Rose said...

Went for jungle hiking before, seen a long house before in Kapit but never visit the long house.....

Diane AZ said...

Looks like a fun experience. I would love to walk in a jungle someday.

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

OceanGirl : Will share more stories.

MsTikot : Kitak maok sik trekking? Lelah tau.

KRisno : Mother nature memang kacak.

BEtchai :It was indeed fun.

Manglish :Haha..u need to experience it by yourself bro.

ShingoT :We need to find time to do such an activity.

MeiTeng :Yup. u should one day.

DeeLoner :U do not know?

CoffeeGirl :Boleh. sure can.

FoongPc :I'm sure you like this kind of activities.

Rose :You have not?

DianeAZ :It's a wonderful experience. You should try it one day.

LiFe Is BeAuTifUl LyRiC said...

Bestnyer..juggle trakking. I like..

Rose Belle said...

You sure had a good workout on your hike! I've tried hiking twice only and it was really tiresome but at the same time, a good cardio work-out. Not to mention, sore legs the next day because of the physical toll hiking has on your body.

Faizal n Fashitah said...

Best..I love this kind of activity. Adventure eh!.. XD

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

Life : Eh penat tau. Hahaha

RoseBeLLe :My legs were in pain but it was worth it.

Faizal :Best kan?

Ayie said...

looks tiring but i bet it's fruitful