First stop was a tribal village selling handicrafts. Next stop was the cave of winds which is pretty spectacular. Some got in a boat to the next cave but we opted to walk. That was a good choice as the path was pretty. 200 steps up took us to the entrance of the Clear water cave which was even more spectacular. A river still runs through it and was really high due to the major amount of rain lately. This cave involved lots of steps and a couple almost like ladders so by the time we were done, the sweat was dripping off us. Sue and I opted for a swim in the cold water which, after the initial shock, was incredibly refreshing.

via Mulu: Gunung National Park, Borneo — Where in the world is Grandma?

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