Borneo! For me, it has always conjured up images of the wild man of Borneo, headhunters and orangutans. Having said that, I must say that prior to this trip I did not really know much about this place. Borneo is actually the third largest island in the world, lies north of Australia and is administratively made up of three countries, Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia and Indonesia. Sabah and Sarawak are the two Malaysian states and Kalimantan is the Indonesian one. Confused? So was I! Spending a bit of time there, however, helped me to wrap my head around it. Borneo proved to be an exciting as well as interesting place, and we didn’t spend nearly enough time there. This is definitely a place that I would like to come back to and explore.
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