Tuai ewu' aku' means 'Come follow me' in the language of the indigenous Penan peoples of Sarawak, Borneo. This blog is an invitation to you to follow me on my big adventure to learn about this tribe and experience the natural beauty of Borneo. Tuai ewu' aku' ! x

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Flowers in Sabah

Sabah, in the northern tip of Borneo is well known for its incredible flowers, in particular the insect-eating Rafflesia (whch smells of rotting meat) and the Pitcher plants, whose flower literally looks like a jug and can also catch insects.  Well, neither has been in bloom whilst I've been here, but that hasn't stopped me from pretending that I'm an 19th Century naturalist and doing some serious flower photography!  If you love flowers like me, then you might enjoy these pics. Ang


  1. Uhh, some of those pics are a bit... suggestive. Ahem. Who'd have thought nature could be so vulgar!

  2. Hey Ang, beautiful tropical blooms! Our current post on our blog is our orchid in bloom, how timely! Pop past and have a look if you get the chance, I've been having a go at flower photography too :)