In this episode McLeod's Daughters actor Lisa Chappell arrives in Malaysia at the edge of South East Asia, and starts to wonder if she might be an inside-at-home, rather than intrepid, traveller. The geographically-impaired, self-confessed snake-phobic actor journeys into one of the world's oldest rainforests, meets the nomadic Orang Asli people and enjoys a walk, 45 metres above the forest-floor. Things go downhill when she injures her back on a boat trip and tries to finish the trip early, before rediscovering the travel bug, shortly before flying out of Kuala Lumpur.
So this is my first foray into the jungle and I'd rather be walking through K Road at three in the morning. I think I'd feel safer, and every single thing looks like a snake.– Lisa Chappell about her snake phobia