Five friendly faces in Borneo
Everywhere we went on land in Borneo, Robin was a magnet for young women eager to pose for her camera. Here, we had just climbed down the stairs of a restored and pristinely preserved longhouse, a short drive from Kumai harbor, where the Orion II was docked for our journey to Camp Leakey and our visit to the Orangutan Foundation International's Care Center and Quarantine Facility. Outside the longhouse, scores of locals--in contemporary and traditional dress (and headwear)--had gathered to catch a glimpse of the foreigners.
By Derk Richardson, AFAR Staff
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