Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Camp and Caves

Mom and Dad sent me to a CAMP again (alright, I've to admit that I quite like it but it doesn't mean that I WANTED to go there) last weekend and their excuse is they need a break (Mom's version not Dad's) so they went to see some CAVES which you might wonder what's so great of those caves.

So I met my big brother Dunks again and made some new friends as well. What do you think of Loki, the husky boy?

Always get ready for the camera

Big Bro Dunks

Canada Hill in Miri

A small plane with a propeller - on the way to Mulu National Park
 Mom has been practising SELFIE a lot during the trip :)
Mom & Dad's selfie
 What do you think of Loki, the husky boy?
Sitting beside Loki

Celebrating International Yoga Day in Miri

Local Escargot - Ewww! Nope, Mom didn't eat them.
 Mom said the caves in Mulu National Park are truly amazing and that's a shame that she didn't manage to take any good pictures of them as the caves are in complete darkness and she had to use torchlight all the time. These pictures are from Dad and her friend.

It was fun to have the boat ride, I guess. I wish I were there but I'm afraid I might get wet though. Princess doesn't like to get wet!

Garden of Eden in Deer Cave

Clearwater Cave

Lang Cave

Wind Cave

Boat ride 
This is a very unique One Leaf Plant which can only be found in Mulu National Park.

Abraham Lincoln Profile in Mulu 

I was so exhausted when home!

 All of us do NEED some rest after the camp and the caves!


♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

We don't like to get wet either, Eva, unless there is mud involved:) Those are some very impressive caves.

We hope you had fun with Loki - he is a very handsome boy!!!

Woos - Ciara and Lightning

Sara said...

It took me awhile to figure out the Abe Lincoln profile....but once I did, WOW! Looks just like him.

Your camp looks like such a nice place to stay (not as nice as home of course).

WHat a fun weekend for the humans. Would really love to come visit Malaysia someday. You show us so many beautiful sights!

Molly the Airedale said...

Wow - the caves are just awesome and so beautiful! We don't know, Eva - we think you got the better half of that deal. We'd rather be in camp with our pup friends than around water and in the spooky caves!

Love ya lots♥
Mitch and Molly

Cowspotdog said...

caves are one of Mom's favorite things - but photos can never do justice to what you really see. We are guessing you had lots of fun at camp

Ruth said...

Those caves are magical! I would love to visit caves like those sometime. Glad you had fun at camp, Eva - Loki the husky is very handsome! :)

Helen said...

Wow, the caves are neat. I saw Abe Lincoln right away. Camp looks like it was fun. You had lots of friends there but I bet you were glad to get home.

Diana said...

Very cool vacation. The caves are beautiful!!

easyweimaraner said...

Oh that wind cave looks interesting... I would like to discover that place with your pawrents... oh wow wait.... there is a Weimaraner in your camp... so I would stay there with you and the Weim... is it a girl?
easy rider

Cat and DOG Chat With Caren said...

Eva I am so happy your Mom and Dad had a great time, the caves are gorgeous and your Mom's selfies are pawtastic. What DOES concern me, is you seem smitten with "Loki the Husky Boy" .....I am full of despair. Barks and licks and love, Dakota

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