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Birds Nest Soup

We sailed to Borneo thinking it would be a quick stopover to see the Orangutans. Little did we know Kumai would be such a bustling, interesting little place. Indonesia in general has caught us off guard. Being “veteran” travellers we thought we’d seen it all. But Indonesia is the epitome of culture shock. There’s a lot of people and they’re extremely innovative, creative and super resourceful. The production of these birds nests are no exception. 

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