We are staying in a really cool B&B, which's owner is really nice, quite the story teller and helpful. It's more like home than hostel. So, it all really fits perfectly since we have a base here to store our big backpacks and just explore with the daypacks.
On Sunday we went to the local weekend markets here in town. What versatile stuff they had on offer there. From fish, even spotted the odd shark or two, chicken (dead and still alive), plants, spices, clothes, tracky things you-d-never-buy-at-all to fruits and vedge and the various food stalls, everything cramped into the market place. The smell - not getting into that one now.
Today we took the local bus to the Semeggoh Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre, where they set the captured Orang Utans into the wild jungle. It's not guaranteed that you actully can spot them, but we were very lucky and around seven of them were hanging and swining around the main area. We could have sit and watched them for hours. Too funny. But after we were almost eaten alive by mozzies, we ventured homewards, aka waited for the never punctual and accurate busses for over an hours by the side of the road in 200% humidity hot weather. It's like walking in a sauna everyday and all day.
More monkeys here