Smiles at TopSpot

Our student team continues to eat well and embrace local culture and tonight we ate with the Sarawak orchid Society at local sea food restaurant Top Spot. I was very impressed with students taking on whole prawns with heads, legs and shells, not to mention piles of crabs and fern fronds. There were no fish flops on the menu.

Tomorrow we head for the pristine rainforests of the Mulu National Park



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  1. Nicky Albrow says:

    Safe journey tomorrow. Cant wait to see all the pictures of Mulu….its going to be amazing!

    • Simon Pugh-Jones says:

      Fortunately we have several photographers in the team and so shouldn’t miss a thing.

  2. Rachel Twigger says:

    Looks as if you are having a wonderful time! No fish flops here either Ed Twigs!

  3. Emma says:

    just reading up on Mulu – Deer Cave has twelve species of bats and is home to approximately three million Wrinkle-lipped bats, so don’t forget your hats! There will be a prize for anyone who comes home with a photo of a Pangolin (Otto, don’t forget to take your camera – fully charged 🙂
    Have a brilliant time.

  4. Heather Limond says:

    Have an amazing time Mulu and hope you see some amazing orchids. Tell Hannah to make good use of the binoculars and camera.

  5. Simon Inger says:

    What’s everyone got against fish flops?