Australian engineer who went into Malaysian jungle to ‘find himself’ is rescued after being lost for two weeks — National Post

Twenty-six-year-old man was emaciated, with maggots embedded in one leg, but ‘happy’ to be found in remote Gunung Mulu National Park

via Australian engineer who went into Malaysian jungle to ‘find himself’ is rescued after being lost for two weeks — National Post

 

Amazing story with a clear message of stick to the paths and go with a guide! The jungle is not to be messed with!! The fantastic guides of Mulu are locally employed and rely on the income from tourists hiring tour guides. So not only are you safe you’re helping the local economy.

 

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