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... to smithereens.
There's always one!
Then again, I overheard a few people in 'Pops' earlier who mentioned some of the idiotic things some tourists had done in the caves, so I can understand this action being taken.
After about three hours we re-emerged from the same place that we had entered. Up in the car park, Edward prepared lunch while most of us headed to the changing facilities for a shower and dry clothes. Incidentally this was my ...
... arrives, the gate is opened and you rush. Our luggage was stored behind in the bus in a luggage compartment. I watched until it was loaded, M kept a seat. Bus tickets were very inexpensive.
The bus conductor was a strict lady ,and there was a child sitting on a seat, she didn't have a ticket, she was supposed to sit on her mom's lap. She refused to give up her seat for a passenger and when the conductor asked her to move over, she refused with a stubborn ...
... which includes walking/wading through three river crossings. At the entrance to the cave you swim for about 20 feet in cold water before beginning the walk/climb/swim/crawl through the stagtites and stalagmites that have formed over the ages. With hard hats and headlamps we made our way back a little more than half a mile before reaching the Altar, the site of what they believe to ...
... a mile into the depths of the cave and it's fair to say that it was a physical challenge ( anyone with a beer belly wouldn't have been able to get through!). Inside the caves were crystalised skeletons lying around and many sacrificial ornaments which was very interesting! It was surreal to think that we were even allowed to enter the caves, let alone be able to be within centimetres of an ...
Once again, starting at 6:30 was very difficult after arriving home about 2am! After the first fruit chop I managed to fall asleep on the sofa in the house, drooling for everyone's entertainment. Quickly pulling together a ketchup, mayo and butter sandwich (which was hideous, lose the butter) as I was short for time, I rushed over for my cage shift. It wasn't long before the 3 of us were asleep in there and the 2 hours flew by in and out of consciousness. After this Ryan and ...
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