First night in Taman Negara had lots of wildlife in the room in the form of loads of rather large ants coming up from the squat toilet. Fortunatley by the morning they had dissapeared somewhere never to return. We had a busy day ahead first we went onto the canopy walk which is ladders and ropes suspended high into the jungle. Keeley was not too keen but walked the whole way occasionally sending expletives my way. Did not see much wildlife Keeley was staring straight ahead but did not miss much.
After lunch we set out for some cave exploration. We thought we were just walking into a cavern but no it was pot-holing and we were not prepared. Keeley had flip-flops on and I had to carry Keeleys shoulder bag rather difficult when crawling through small gaps. It was good fun however seen millions of bats a couple of snakes and a toad. Plus we got to use our headtorches again always a good thing. On the trek back from the cave (Gua Telingga) we stopped at the village of the Orang Asli a nomadic tribe. They have to move the village everytime someone dies and were in the process of building new homes. One child was entertaining himself running around with a machete hitting trees might get one for Chloe and Charlie.
That night we went for a night walk in the jungle. There were however lots of groups of people doing night walks saw lots of people a deer and some insects not very exciting. Kuala Tahan is a dry town with no entertainment so we spent our nights playing cards and drinking water.