The dark knights

Aditi Krishnan

”Curiously, millions of bats that fly out exit only from the left,” the programme droned on. Wistfully watching a documentary on National Geographic TV on the fascinating bat caves of Borneo had me wishing for a similar adventure in the wild.

I had no inkling then that a few months down the line, I’d be visiting the very same UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gunung Mulu National Reserve, getting lost in the pristine virgin rainforests of Sarawak, Malaysia.

When my eyes accidently fell on the ludicrously cheap promotional fares to Malaysia, thoughts of increasing my carbon footprint were firmly suppressed and quietly shown the door. With the reckless click of a finger, I had an e-ticket staring at me in the face. Soon enough, I was in Kuala Lumpur.

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