At the national park we go to see the proboscis monkey, which only lives here wild. Just as the orangutans they were really cute, and even my sister in law thought that sight was worth the boat trip. They are amazing to watch, they seem so human like, and just as we were taking pictures it was like it said "That's enough" and it pulled a branch in front of it self like a curtain... I guess it had had enough of the paparazzies:)
We were eating our lunch at the national park, but my husband ended up eating standing up. There were a lot of small and angry monkeys trying to steal your food, and after they stole my husbands two bananas and his banana cake he had had enough, and was protecting the rest of us trying to fight of the monkeys with a stick. Without the stick they were just getting closer and showing the teeth at him. I do think he kind of enjoyed hunting monkeys... at least he could get some anger out of the system:)
On our last day on Borneo we went of a city tour of Kuching. Our guide told us that Kuching meant "cat city", and they sure love their cats, they had a whole cat museum. At the entrance you could take your picture with your face in the hole of a cat, and of course my sister in law and I had to have our picture taken, the whole thing just seemed so tacky you had to do it:)
After Borneo we spent a few days in Kuala Lumpur, but since we had also visited Kuala Lumpur last year we didn't do much here either besides a little shopping and a lot of relaxing. But of course you have to have you picture taken in front of the "Petronas Towers".