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Thursday, July 23, 2009

Skywatch@Friday


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Here we were at Mulu Caves which has the world's biggest cave chamber. Behind us is the opening where bats fly out of the Deer Cave. There are several million wrinkle-lipped bats. Unfortunately for us, the day the guide Antoli took us, it was pouring dogs and cats. The bats decided not to go gallivanting.

We were not disappointed as we saw beautiful limestone structures. We walked the 3.8km boardwalk back in the dark in the jungle. That day, I had covered more than 8 km carrying a heavy bakpack, a feat I haven't done for years.

3 comments:

Greyscale Territory said...

It's great to get outdoors like this and walk in and with Nature!

jabblog said...

Amazing place but a shame about the bats.

Dee said...

very cool- I love the waterfall.