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Gadong walkabout...


The BAR team in action. Thats nuar in the foreground. Nice meeting you dude!

Rice-cookers and hairdryers. Not quite a man's best friends.

I think I need one of these for my poor back...

A fellow blogger enjoying her ice-cream

After a private photoshoot yesterday afternoon, I hit Gadong centerpoint to visit the intrepid team at the Brunei Adventure Race roadshow at Coffeezone. They looked pretty busy and the response was good according to a buddy of mine who was also involved in BAR. I learned that adventure racing is the latest sporting craze worldwide which involves multiple disciplines like orienteering, mountain biking, paddling, and climbing. There will be a mini-race this Sunday 26th August at the Jerudong Park Playground. I'm so looking forward to covering that!

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