Everything has been said about this trip. You have already learned why Malaysian burn peat forests, that mangrove wetlands provide breeding for different species, indigenous people earn income from their traditional crafts, and, last but not least, that there are clandestine dinosaurs among Th!nk3 winners, who, hand in hand with Kim Jong Il, would wish all this Internet to close for good, and go back typing on their old machines... All that has left for me was to publish some pictures.
The only group photo in my possession. From the left: Anne of EJC, Ian, Tiziana, Maria, Kevin, Giedre, me, Iris, Ivan (cameraman), Clare, Lara. This is the center of KL.
Planting trees, day 1. Choose boots of any colour, if only they are black.
To the right - Maria, to the left - Malaysian volunteer (forgot her name).
Th!nk3 will-be forest.
At the (very clean) source of a river.
I caught this shrimp in a stream with my bare hands. For scientific purpose.
At the local "ramadan market".
Some of us arrived late, but liked Malaysia a lot, so refused to leave on time.
Planting trees, day 2. Despite the gloves we got dirty, especially me and Ian (but have no pics).
This is mudhopper - not part of a team, but cool anyway.
May sound politically incorrect, but these Asian monkeys actually live on trees and eat bananas.
Malaysian drinks had strange colours.
Nobody wanted to eat fish head. What a waste.
This makeshift bridge at the indigenous community couldn't bear all the weight of Th!nk3.
Hammering the crab (dead already).
Very crowdy restaurant with live elevator music. The last supper with other conference participants.
And they really paid for all this...