Kota Kinabalu, People and Places, Street Photography.

high-tea setting

Posted in Black & white, Kudat by 1davidstella on June 6, 2014
high-tea setting

Table and chairs for an afternoon chat.

My friends, Apain and Jermaine, brought me to this Rungus seaside village just 3 km from the northern most tip of Borneo. The village is a relatively new settlement comprising about 40 houses.

Although the site is quite a distance off the main road to Kudat town, it is easily accessible by car. There are a few sections of unsealed gravel road, but the journey is otherwise comfortable, flanked on both sides by palm oil and coconut plantations. Both my friends grew up around this area.

After a trip to Kudat where we bought some fish, shellfish and prawns, we moved the table and chairs onto the beach to continue our chat.

Marine snails and sea bird’s nest (Eucheuma cottonii).

Shopping at the Kudat fish market.

Make-shift BBQ pit done and fire started.

BBQ dinner in the making.

Kudat album:-
www.flickr.com/photos/davidstella/sets/72157639667136484/

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