Saying goodbye to the Kinatabangan River was hard, it was an experience we’ll never forget. But we had to move on and in this case it meant heading out into the Sulu Sea and the most dangerous waters in Sabah.
At anchor in another stunning channel off the eastern most point of the state we were once again put on alert for piracy. Our ESSCOM escort patrolled all night and it was anchor watch for most of us, with the sounds of the dripping mangroves to keep us company.
We were ready to leave early, but there’s a shifting sand bar beneath murky water to navigate first…
Thank you for your support and for encouraging our travel story-telling.
Peace and fair winds,
Liz and Jamie xx
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