Near Kuching, the Sarawak Cultural Village is a great place to learn about the tribes of Sarawak. Once a real village, it has been converted into a mixed village comprising one house from each of the major tribes of Sarawak. You can talk to the people in the houses doing traditional everyday activities such as making Sago flour and rice cookies, husking rice, playing the Sape, tossing spinning tops, jumping in between poles, making and shooting blowdarts and generally having a good time like they used to (in the good old days). Shaman paraphenalia and headhunter skulls were just the icing on the cake! Unfortunately none of these prints are available for sale yet, as I’m still trying to get permission to sell them (it’s private land, so permission is needed). I hope you enjoy them anyway.
James’ sayings of the random time interval:
"Every empty foil chip packet has a silver lining"
"You can lead a mouse to hyperlinks, but you can't make it click"
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