Norwegian Engineer Quits Life In The West To Live With An Indonesian Tribe For Three Years

‘I have over time learned how to just follow the rhythm of nature.’ Audun Amundsen admitted as he reflected on his life off-grid in the jungle residing with the Mentawai tribe.

With little on the everyday agenda, including making canoes or perhaps arrows and hunting for foods such as shrimps, bats, and monkeys, Audun at age 24 had lived with the tribe deep in the undergrowth of western Indonesia for a month in the year 2004.

The filmmaker and Norwegian engineer then returned in 2009 and this time around stayed for three years with an intent to study their unwritten language.

Audun explained that the biggest thing he missed living in quarantine was the comfort of the modern world and importantly eating different kinds of food, which are not mainly for survival.

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