Photo taken as we left Mabul Island.
Ugh! Your life is so exotic.
Sometimes. Today my exotic life involves doing laundry and cleaning the cat litter box. Oh boy do I love that last job–look forward to it every day.
where is this Mabul Island?
Malaysia. Sorry I should have said that. I’ve been sharing photos from my recent trip to Malaysia and Borneo.
I think I would have left a little piece of my heart there 😦
It was sad to leave. We had a great time though, so can’t complain.
“… my life involves cleaning the cat litter box…” = my daily job too!
Oh the joys of pets–but they are worth it.
Very jealous!! You may be cleaning the cat litter box today but who knows what you’ll be doing tomorrow.
Well don’t tell anyone. Today was extra special–I cleaned the litter box and then took all the trash out. I love trash day!
I like the spiked roof, very interesting!
What a lovely view!
My daily job is the same as yours. Exciting beyond belief. The picture is amazing. What a great trip you had!
That job never ends.
I am looking forward to your next pub post!
I just downloaded all the photos!
aw the house has a kind of horn….like some of our traditional houses
Really. Does it symbolize anything?
Here is the gallery of almost all the houses. http://bokunosekai.wordpress.com/2011/03/17/indonesia-banget-8-traditional-houses/
Different province has different story, in my part (West Sumatra) it symbolized a buffalo.
That looks so serene and relaxing! I’m sure it was a lot nicer that the climb up and down the mountain. 🙂
Much more relaxing and enjoyable.
Beautiful picture. I love the colour blue.
June 10th is my Birthday. I was hoping the “Photo of the Day’ wouldn’t be a toad or monkey or worse still a snake.
Thanks for that picture post card perfect photo.
I don’t think I’d ever heard of Mabul Island before your recent posts. Must say, it looks spectacular from every angle.
I hadn’t heard of it either until the travel agent suggested it.
TBM, I travel vicariously through your travels:-)
And today I learned the proper way to eat a mango from you 🙂
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