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I first ventured abroad at the age of 9 and immediately fell in love with the idea of travelling. Since then, I have been travelling to most corners of the world for the past decade. For over a decade, I have been venturing across the globe with the aim of exploring, learning and gaining new insights into the lives of others who differ in terms of culture, religion and belief. Each of my travels has been a liberating experience, bringing me closer to understanding cross-cultural differences and the importance of being tolerant and open minded. My travels have shaped me into being the person that I am today, and so I have decided that it was only fitting to put my thoughts into writing so that others can benefit from it. It is not that difficult to travel the world on a shoe string, and with the right tips and tricks anyone can experience the excitement of travelling.

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Mabul Behind Closed Doors

Figure 1 Early morning awakening at Mabul What is Mabul's biggest draw? I asked a friend who had been to the island a few years ago. "Oh it's simply one of the most beautiful islands in Sabah, perfect for snorkeling and diving", she exclaimed. It was a rather stereotypical answer one would get when asked about any island around the world, so what exactly sets it apart from the rest? The sun was up at 5.30am and as planned, we headed to the terminal jetty in Semporna in search of our boat to Mabul island. Finding the perfect lodge at the 11th hour was not an easy task considering the popularity of the island especially amongst Chinese tourists, so we were considered lucky to have found Big Jo

A Walk In The Clouds

It's name is not as ubiquitous as Mount Kinabalu but just a mere 40 kilometers away from the highest peak in South East Asia stands a stealthy peak that puts many mountains in Malaysia to shame. At the very first mention of its name, though commonly mistaken for Terus Mati (Straight Die in colloquial terms), the presumptive fact is actually self evident; Trus Madi is a force to be reckoned with. Figure 1 Trus Madi peak. The undulating roads right up to the 200 kilometer mark of Sinua village where the trailhead starts is one of the many scenic routes in Sabah. At every turn, the lush and untouched Borneo rainforest shrouded us, giving off a sense of complete isolation from the habitual world

 

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