Ok.... here are some of your drawings and heartfelt words....
Many groups saw the civet cat poo along the mangrove boardwalk, and wished that we grew coffee on Pulau Ubin too. I was shocked too to find out it costs USD 50 for a 28g pack of Luwat coffee! (See earlier blog about the most expensive coffee in the world).
LK's group was nicknamed "5566". Here is the drawing by the "66" team. They were rather tickled by the barnacle story and the amazing claims of "Tongkat Ali".
Well, the Naked Hermits Crabs don't go naked. Sorry if you were expecting us to be. Haha! But we admit that we do like our name and want to use it to highlight the vulnerability of inter-tidal marine wildlife to the top predator in the food-chain - humans!
To all 40 of you who made that rather arduous journey to Chek Jawa (by van, on the bicycle, or on 2 legs), we say "Thank You" for being there. Come visit Chek Jawa again with your friends and families. I'm sure you can now do your own DIY trip.