Gua Niah: My Story
by Mr F
After two weeks of assignments, tests and many other unnecessary stressful events, I was set to go to Niah Cave. Like I have mentioned in previous post before, I have a tuition-free week now, and getting out of my work desk is a dream come true for me. Due to some technical mistakes, I am able to post only a preview of the Gua Niah trip. This is the first part of a trip that left some 'guilty-to-the-humankind' members an experience they will never forget. And, it involves the remains of the past. Can you figure it out? No, you can't (Sheldon-like in The Big Bang Theory).
Trip to Niah Cave, a home of homo sapiens 40,000 years ago
|Look at these two boys, Acad (left) and Rakin (right).|
Look at their faces: full of spirit to see Niah Cave! Olololo.
After 30 minutes
|Babies are sleeping, shh!|
|This guy doesn't need 30 minutes to fall asleep.|
Way to go, Shafiq!
|Nature's call..hahaha. Shh.. Toilet, boys?|
|When you study geology, this looks very interesting?|
I don't feel sands and mud are dirty any more.
|This is the beautiful Miri, folks. Look at the sky and try|
to appreciate Allah's creation even though the road was very very bumpy.
|There were some villages along the road to Batu Niah, 110 km from Miri.|
Look at their houses. Their lives are simple.
Whether you think it's good or bad, we must remember that we are still very lucky.
|You see how lucky we are? Food is everywhere!|
Even to the point you want to enter a cave, which is located
far far away in the jungle, you still can eat.
From left, Shafiq J, Wei Min, Wani, Shafiq R, Rakin and Acad.
|Mengumumkan, ketibaan Y.A.B Datuk Baby bin Olololo.|
|Can you see any interesting structure here? What rock is this?|
I have more pictures that I will upload in the near future. This does not look serious at all, right Acad? -The Chukai Insider