As I have before said, the Sakai never provides for the morrow.
Mr. Hale does not state whether the word is Sakai or is borrowed from the Malay.
But the Malays and the Sakai are alike in that they both want but little here below except time to loaf in the sun.
Not many degrees of relationship are recognized by the Sakai.
Generally speaking, the Malays are very different from the Sakai.
We had to wait a couple of days at Sakai; and I had some more swimming.
No animal, except pachyderms, can challenge with impunity the Sakai's arrow.
In Malaya the work of clearing is nearly all done by Sakai and Malays.
Now tell me under what impulse can the Sakai become a criminal?
The Sakai are the aborigines of the country, who live in the jungle.