The 2nd day in Mulu was to go to the other 2 show caves and then fly to Kuching. I got up and it was pouring. Put on all my waterproof gear and joined the guide for the caves. We took a little jetty driver for 1 hour until the caves. Went into cave if the wind first. It is supposed to make a loud whistling sound vuut there was no wind. Had some bizarre cave formations however. Then went to clearer cave which has a fairly large river running through it. The mouth of the cave looks like it has jagged teeth. This cave goes in for about 130km making it one if the longest in the world. The longest is also in Mulu. On this trip there were the Australian couple from the last day as well as older Australian female teachers who i talked with. After this i headed back, flew to Miriam and into Kuching.