This evening we arrived in Kapit, Malaysian Borneo after an eight hour, two boat journey up the huge Rejang River. It would probably have been quite a scenic trip if it wasn’t for the fact that the windows of the boat were about a foot above our heads and sitting on deck wasn’t allowed!
|River in Kapit.|
The sky was looking very stormy as the sun was setting but it made the clouds an amazing colour for a few minutes!
|Sunset in Kapit.|
I had hoped to do some sketches today but the boat was moving around a little too much for that. I did manage to finish ‘High Fidelity’ though, a book I’d picked up from somewhere and started ages ago, so the hours spent on the boat weren’t completely wasted.
|Coming along nicely.|
As I don’t have any other creative offerings today, I thought I’d show you a pretty bag that I came across last night on ‘so-sew-easy‘. You can find the pattern itself here. Some of the material I bought in Kuching will definitely come in handy for this!
|Photo from so-sew-easy|
Last, but not least, we came across this artist’s work in Penang, peninsula Malaysia and I just had to share it with you. Georgetown, Penang has to be one of the most inspiring towns for artists in the world. The architecture is beautiful, from old, rustic buildings to clean, stylish apartment blocks.