We hopped in taxis and arrived at Uncle Tans B+B just in time to go to Sepilok to see the Orang-utans at feeding time. I was so excited in the hope that I'd see my adopted orangutan, Sogo Sogo. But I found out that she had only just completed her 2nd year in rehab and she still had to stay in quarantine for 6 more years. Poor Sogo-Sogo! We had an awesome time at the feeding tho- Allan finds the monkeys hilarious! I was fascinated by the gibbons this time- they are so cheeky!- You'll be able to see when I upload the photos! (which I'm also trying to do now but comps a bit dodge!) We went back to the Uncle Tans B+B after for a typical Malay lunch which was great (brings back memories!) I asked the Uncle Tans guys if Lan was gona be with us on the trip (Aman's favourite!) and one of the guys pointed him out and said- yeah go and ask him yourself. I totally didn't realize it was him cause he's shaved all his hair off! Aman- you'll be gutted when you see the pics! Hehe. We then got in the van to be taken to the port and all hopped on the pen boats to have our first river safari to get into camp. The second we got into the boat one of the guides played a fast one and took off way too fasy and nearly tipped us.Was bloomin well cackin my pants cause I knew how many crocs were in the river! I was clinging to the edges of the boat after that! We saw a biiig crocodile pretty much straight away which made me feel soo much better! Was a great boat ride and since it's dry season we didn't have the swamp to wade through like I did last time. We got wellies to wear and hardly got muddy at all- guttin! Was till fun tho! We got shown to our wee hut with mattresses and mozzie nets- I love them, they're actually awesome. We then chilled out in the main hut area and got to know the other trekkers. We got a briefing from Leo (one of the main guides) and then had a yummy dinner of local vegetables and chicken and beef stews with rice. That night we did a night safari on the boats ad saw some really cool wildlife. We saw kingfishers, frogs, loadsa owls and some cute monkeys that were determined to poo on us! Its so funny- the guides drive the boats right under the trees and the monkeys run along and have one thing on their mind- to aim as well as they can! Highly amusing!As can be expected we were completely knackered from the previous night so we hit the hay and managed to sleep through the early morning safari- oops!