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  • to put on our shoes again● when we must know there were o
  • ther stre●ams to wade seemed the height of ▓asininity.Wh
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    ched on with the wa●ter gushing from our shoe-tops.I●t mattered little in the end, ▓for a pent-up deluge burst upon us. He who h▓as never bowed his back to a tropical shower▓ at the height of the rainy ▓season cannot know their violence; and nowher▓e do they rage with more fury th●an in the mountains of the Malay▓ Peni

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    nsula.With a roar like the explosion of a● powder-mill an infuriated cla●p of thunder broke above us.The●n another and another, in quick, spasmodi●c blasts.It was no such tamed and domesticat▓ed thunder as that of the nor●th.Flaming flashes of lightning follo●wed each other in quick succession, half b●linding us with their sudden glare.We looked ▓instinctively to see

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    the riotous vegetation bu▓rst into flame.In the falling ▓masses of water—to call it rain seems absur●d—we plunged on; the densest thi▓cket could not have offered the le●ast shelter.The boh had raised his umbrella.It▓ broke the force of the downpou▓r, but could not save him a drenching.What car●ed he, dressed only in a loin-clot●h The water ran

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in rivulets down his nak●ed shoulders and along his prominent ribs, yet o●n his macilent face hovered the beg▓inning of a haggard smile.Between the cras●hes of thunder the devil’s-tattoo of t●he storm drowned out all other sounds.On●ly by speaking into my companion’s● ear as into a telephone receiver, a●nd bellowing at the top of my lungs, ▓could I make myself heard. Then the storm aba●ted—gradually at first, then suddenly, an●d with its ceasing our tones were still shrill a●nd strid

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ent.Quickly the sun burst fort●h again, to blaze fiercely upon us; though ▓not for long.All that day the d▓eluges broke in succession s●o rapid that we had no n

  • otion of their ●number.More often than not they caught us▓ climbing a sheer mountainside b▓y a narrow, clay-bottomed path down wh▓ich an 417ever-increasing brook ●poured, washing us off our feet while we c▓lutched at t

  • he overhanging bushes. The boh▓ led us, by zigzag routes, over two mounta●in ranges before the day was done.▓ At sunset, we were descending into a third▓ valley when we came suddenly upon a● tiny clearing and a tinier v●illage.“Thenganyenam” the ▓natives called it.T

  • here were four ●bamboo huts and a dak bungalow, ●housing a population of thirty-one 〃埌wild men” and one tame one.●To take the census was no dif▓ficult matter, for the inhabitant▓s poured forth from their hovels befor

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e we had ▓crossed five yards of the clearing●. At their head trotted the domesticated ▓human.In all the shrieking, gaping▓ band of men, women, and children there● was no other that wore more th▓an a loin-cloth or an abbreviated shirt.▓ He was a babu, the “manager 癖 of the public rest-house.With a● majestic bow of deepest reverence he of▓fered us welcome, turned to wave back the awe-s▓tricken populace with the ge▓sture of a man born to comman▓d, and l

ed the way with martial stride to the● government bungalow. “Look here▓, babu,” I began, as we sank down into wi●cker chairs on the veranda, “this is a splend●id little surprise to find a dak bungalo▓w and a man who speaks English, here in the ●jungle.But we’re no millionaires; and t●he government fee is two rupees, eh● Too strong for us.Can’t you get ▓us a cheaper lodging in one of the hut●s” “The government,” returned th●e babu, with careful

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enunciation,▓ “the government have make the d●ak bungalow for Europeans.Why; you may not ask ●me.In two years and nine days that I am ●living in Thenganyenam there ▓are come two white men, and one h▓ave only rested and not sleep.But b▓ecause the dak bungalow is make, all sa▓hibs coming in Thenganyenam must

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stop ▓in it.When I have see you coming by the foot an●d not by the horses I must know that you have n●ot plenty money.Every day we ar●e not everybody rich

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