Tonight we ate seafood by the sea, with Bako across the bay on the horizon.
We all tried Jellyfish and Joe liked it the most. Ed J is a massive fan of prawns and Issy loves crab soup. Tallis had another birthday cake, this time made of water melon slices.
After working at MRSM we visited the Sarawak Cultural Village to learn about the traditions of Sarawak’s diverse ethnic groups. A fascinating visit included a show where Issy took to the stage and did us all proud.
interesting conversations with the Director as well. Plans are now underway for a native orchid walk with information for visitors to the attraction which is surrounded by Santubong’s forest.
Today in MRSM students have been finishing the workshops with Issy leading on replating and Joe on finishing off the TZ test.
The next challenge was to prepare presentations and posters for Monday when visitors and school students will visit the lab to learn about our progress.
Mrsm students were helped in their preparation by a visiting reporter and photographer from the State Newspaper. We look forward to seeing the results.
Tallis’ birthday continues in true Sarawak style with many cakes. It turns out that Mendip and MRSM students are experts at making cake disappear as well as being experts on orchids.
Tallis is having a special Sarawak birthday. Here is her lovely cake from Hazza