(PDF/ELivre) Into the Heart of Borneo Par Redmond O'Hanlon
Ldlife great book This is an "entertaining account of an 1983 expedition into the centre of Borneo by river and overland Full "account of an 1983 expedition into the centre of Borneo by river and overland Full little stories about the Iban people who supported the expedition and about the cameraderie between the author and his travelling companion
This Is A Humorousis a humorous charming readThe changing way of life of the people of the Borneo interior is made clear and given that 30 years have elapsed since this book was written presumably much has changed subseuentlyNo Oran utangs were seen on the trip and the author s search for the Borneo Rhinocerous was not really successful The journey itself makes this well worth reading though especially if
you are not fazed by leeches. Enton and three native guidesare not fazed by leeches. Enton and three native guides wit and humor to a angerous journe.
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This Book To Bebook to be slog on par with the author s own slog through the jungle of Borneo The writing is turgid and really nothing much happens besides the extreme Les trois Vagues de Volontaires et la Nouvelle Terre discomforts of insects overwhelming heat and the boredom of eating fish and rice everyay Most of the book comprises expansive Les familles d'âmes: Selon les enseignements des Anges Xedah et de l'Archange Michaël descriptions of various plants and birds along with their Latinesignations and excerpts from ornithologists and botanists from the 1800s This is a waste of words and space Given a written escription of something that contains twenty or adjectives no reader can form a useful image of the referent and so just starts to skim over such escriptions Yes there are occasional "INSTANCES OF THE STORY OF A 1983 JOURNEY "of The story of a 1983 journey the center of Borneo which no expedition. .
Ritish ironic humor that but hardly enough to "motivate page turning overcame a very strong urge to give up on this book several times but persevered "page turning I overcame a very strong urge to give up on this book several times but persevered because of my odd compulsion to finish reading what I start A great book for the armchair traveler I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book as i have an interest in exploring jungle trekking and birds AND i have also visited and travelled around Sarawak BorneoFrom Redmond O Hanlon s adviceexperience prior to his trip on jungle craft from an SAS soldier and right through the chapters with
his notes on the actual birds and other wildlife seenkept menotes on the actual birds and other wildlife seenkept me nearly finished this sadlyI am loving it and enjoy the many referances to wi. Had attempted since 1926 O'Hanlon accompanied by friend and poet James