Final day Kuching


Tue 17 Jul 2012
So i saw little of the jungle, definitely did not camp there, river tripped or ticked any essential lists but i had a relaxed time.

Highlighting the last day was tripping to a park space in central Kuching where my host Franky would like to have a cs meet up week conference.

Because of the low costs of everything and flexablity its possible to have a camp out event for about the price of a western priced t shirt!

It might sound like a bit ambitious but the risks are low because of the low price of staging.

Franky's plan includes language and other exchange - music dance technology couchsurfing future, with little workspaces occuring across the site.

See if she can get support from government and venue use. Thats her next step and interesting as a reason to come back.

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