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Right after the Wind Cave, we are eagerly waiting for the Clear Water Cave. As told by my friends who ever came here, the water are very cold and very nice to swim. I’ve put some expectations looking forward this cave, not for the cave but for the river.
The long boat will be parked aside waiting for the tourist to finish the tour.
The barrier after the boat are the safety zone for swimming.
Before we could proceed to swim, we need to take 200 steps upward to the clear water caves. 200 only… but it’s really tiring too.
I was here , at Clear Water Cave =)
The view from top of the cave, and we need to walk down into down the stairs again. Really , this time I feel that my legs getting heavier taking every steps.
I’m not sure how these rocks are form, but they are very unique.
Views from from the inner side of the cave.
Sunlight inside the cave
In the clearwater cave, it is link to Lady Cave.
Some people thing some of the formations here look like ladies.
Seriously, the shadow looks like a lady!
And this lady, finish her tour in the Clear Water Cave.:P
I did not manage to get much pictures in the cave as I did not bring my DSLR , yet my compact not giving me a nice exposure.
Let’s put the highlight into the clear water!
They warn us, not to drink the water!
There’s a group of Spain family who were here for vacation. They are bravo, the whole family just jump into the water without second thought.
But for us, we were freezing and feels reluctant to go down. Now you see the difference. Haha!
By looking at this water level, it looks like the water are quite shallow, but for the real, it’s deeper than my height.
We stay there until 12 pm and we proceed back to the hostel. Took a short nap before we continue our afternoon tour.
Coming up next, Deer Cave & Lang Cave.