From: botanist at malesiana.com (Peter Boyce) on 2008.07.01 at 06:56:28(18027)|
Fantastic, another westerner who loves foochow food! Tell me, do you like
mee sua? With black chicken some more...
Funnily enough, was just up from Skrang on the parallel Ai river just a few
weeks back... no new fruits but some fabulous babi hutan with Etlingera
flower buds and serai....
see you here soon I hope!
----- Original Message -----|
From: "Helmut Reisenberger"
To: "Discussion of aroids"
Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2008 6:55 AM
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Plant variation, this might help with some of the
This meal sounds familiar to me. We should meet at the bridge over the
Skrang River, take a longboat up the river and then a six days walk to see
friends in the longhouses on the way. Together with the Iban we should also
try some some tree fruit (maybe also some so far unknown aroid fruits),
which you only could find in a circle of twenty miles. I am sure, there is
still a lot of hidden "jewels" to be found in the undergrowth. What a
challange! See you in Kushing soon!
> -----Urspr?ngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: "Peter Boyce"
> Gesendet: 30.06.08 16:40:26
> An: "Discussion of aroids"
> Betreff: Re: [Aroid-l] Plant variation, this might help with some of the
> Monstera questions.
> Ahha... but we could just as easily meet in and around Kuching for
> dien bien ngu (fish broth with rice pancake) at Foody Goody, or bak
> kueh (rice sticks with spiced pork and black fungus) at BDC.... :)
> And yes, we can certainly do that some time...
> We both like Singapore for a visit but Sarawak is home :)
> ----- Original Message -----
> *To:*Discussion of aroids
> *Sent:* Sunday, June 29, 2008 7:48 PM
> *Subject:* [Aroid-l] Plant variation,this might help with some of
> the Monstera questions.
> You told me that once Pete. But if I say "jungles of east Malaysia"
> who is going to know how to find you? I've been to Singapore twice
> and at least I could ask you to meet me on Orchard Blvd. at the
> McDonald's or Burger King or better yet one of the incredible
> restaurants for a Singapore Sling! Maybe we can do that some time?
> And Singapore is certainly a concrete jungle, but the cleanest I've
> ever seen!
> Thanks for making that clear!
> Hi Steve,
> One very small point, I live in the eral jungles of East Malaysia,
> not the concrete jungle of Singapore!
> Very best
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