The jungle sounds never stop. We slept well and had breakfast at the restaurant overlooking the limestone cliff and river.
The guide drove us to another area where we started a private guided canoe tour down the river. We quickly spotted a troupe of long tailed Macaque monkeys. They were as curious about us as we were of them. They hung in the branches over our heads, so close that if I reached up I could grab a tail...which wouldn't be a good idea since then I'd probably be bit and have to go for rabies and tetanus treatment.
We sat for a long time watching them swim, fight, play and groom.
It was so relaxing floating down the river. We saw a black and yellow snake, a huge spider, birds, fish and a monitor lizard. Gorgeous.
At lunch we watched locals and a few guests swimming in the river below the restaurant. It's 33 degrees C so we spent the rest of the day relaxing and enjoying the surroundings.
Late afternoon, a thunderstorm arose. It was so relaxing to sit under the roof in front of our treehouse and read our books as the rain came down.