Tag: sarawak

Logging in Borneo, Interview with Iban Chief

Deep in the heart of Borneo, near Kapit, Sarawak, I interview an Iban Chief about logging of his Tribal Land. Iban activist Peter John Jaban acts as translator of the Iban Language. The Iban still live off the Jungle; hunting, fishing and growing crops. They live together in longhouses and were originally known for the […]

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Kuching, Sarawak, Borneo, Travel Guide and Accommodation

Kuching is one of my favourite Asian Capitals. I think it is a very easy place to travel for Westerners and is a great base to explore the Borneo Interior. I also review the backpackers accommodation I am staying at, The B and B Inn. I’ve been here for a few weeks and feel they […]

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The ‘No Guidebook’ method of Travel.

Many years ago, while spending two weeks in Morocco recovering from a broken heart, after an unfortunate meeting with an Argentinian gold digger in the south of Spain. In a state of uncare, I decided to attempt a new form of travel I call the ‘no guidebook’ method. It involves arriving in a country with […]

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Canon XF Cameras, Cinematic Film Look, Custom Picture Preset

In the darkest deepest jungles of Borneo, I met a shaman of the headhunter Iban tribe. I handed him my camera, and through a translator, asked him to make my video look like cinematic film. He opened the LCD, went to the custom preset menu, and after a flurry of button pushing, handed me back […]

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