19 February 2011. Palawan.
I was terribly excited to finally have a glimpse of the country's entry to the New 7 Wonders of Nature. Unfortunately, my point-and-shoot could not effectively capture the formations inside the cave. What made the boat ride fun were the funny antics and stories of our boatman, who would always warn us not to gaze at the formations above us with our mouths open because of the abundance of bats in the area.
Images of the underground:
In reaching the underground, we rode a boat towards the island where the attraction was located. Upon arrival, we had to walk through a trail, what they call the monkey trail, and waited for our turn to explore the underground river. Apparently, only few boats at a time are allowed inside. After the exploration, we were whisked off to one of the resorts (I forgot which) along the shore where we had lunch.
After our underground adventure, we were back at the City where we sampled Puerto Princesa's famous halo-halo at Nokinocs and had a sumptuous dinner at Ka Lui's.