This post simply compost of one thing I found most fascinating during my last trip to Sarawak.
The larvae of the Red Palm Weevils - type of beetle. These crawlers feed and live on the trunk of the sago palm trees, most popular in South East Asia.
And to the natives of Borneo, these babies are delicacies.
Ok. If you feel sick by now, I suggest you close or ALT-F4 this window right now, else... brace yourself people, because it's getting wormy.
I've included all the photos I've ever taken of the Sago Worms in this trip in this post just to prepare of what I am about to post in my next post.
See it as a teaser post, shall we?
Because my challenge on this third trip to Kuching, you know it, was to eat it.
Since the first day I learned about the sago worm almost four years ago, I knew one day it would be my destiny to savour and sample these local delectables grown in our homeland.
What can I say, I was sick, and loved an adventure in the gastronomy side of travelling.
Are you ready for an experience of your lives?
Stay tune to my next post. ;)
*nom nom nom*