Paniman, Caramoan, Camarines Sur
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In case you haven't noticed, I've been reviewing a lot of islands and caves lately. Diet season folks, no binge eating for three months. I have cheat days though, but rice is not part of the equation.
Anyway, back to the series of caves. What we have here ladies and gentleman is Umang Cave. We were clueless when our guide said we will visit a cave, he said it is relatively close. What i was thinking is that as soon as we alight the tricycle, all we need is just a couple of steps and voila...Silly me
We had to cross two rivers and walk a couple of minutes before we reached the cave. It's an hour of walking through grassed areas. Umang is home to bats, there were a couple who welcomed us when we reached the cave's opening. The cave is huge, to appreciate it's beauty, we had to descend below. Yes, the rocks are a bit slippery and sharp, we were extra careful. I dont wanna descend into oblivion, i have to get a tan first - Reich's soliloquy.
Anyway, we managed to descend deep enough for an awesome cave selfie. The inside of the cave is surrounded by lovely rock formations of different shapes and sizes. The small opening towards the otger side lets light pass through, the view is spectacular, it's almost poetic.
Umang is ruggedly handsome, a lil rough on the edges, enchanting nevertheless.
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