Pushing the vividly coloured kayak back to the river (together with the bright yellow paddle and the bright yellow dry bag & water proof container).. Nice hoh the colour - red, orange, yellow. Very lively.
The journey continued... Paddling nearby the huge piece of weird-shaped rock.
We were now paddling beneath the rocks. I love the reflection of the bright sun ray beneath the rocks.
Another view from beneath the rocks...
Looking up from beneath at the rock above us. The opening on the rocks allowed the sun ray to shine through, giving me the opportunity to have a glimpse at the blue sky and the tree branches located above.
We continued paddling for a while and soon we reached the pit stop located halfway through our journey. We stopped by to have a rest. Azmi took down the durians from the kayak (The durians which we collected from the river bank earlier on) for consumption.
Free stuffs are good stuffs (quoting Cynthia's favourite phrase), hahahha... (Don't you think so? LOL )
First time I had durian in such an environment.. I washed my hands with the stream of cold water from the river and sat on the sand at the riverside - enjoying the durian, listening to the sounds of insects and the chirpings of the birds, and drinking
My paddle, safety jacket & cap and mineral water..
The bright sun ray was a constant reminder that the hot sun was still shining mercilessly. Oops.. now my skin is tanned.. my forearms, shins and feet. I regretted for not wearing long sleeves that day :P
Chilling my feet. It's time to get wet. Time to soak oneself inside the cool water.
After a good dip in the river, it was time to get moving and continue on with the second half of the journey.
Rainforest Kayaking Adventure (1)
to be continued...