I couldn't say no to the challenge of the trekking up to the top of the mountain to be able to do some of the exciting activities like caving, spelunking and ziplining. On the other hand, my two lady companion, Mylyn and Rose decided not to join us so it was only Me, Blas and the other couple took the challenge. Oh well, I'm in to this challenge and I couldn't wait actually to go inside. The rain started to pour but luckily that it stopped later on when we were inside the cave. For some reason, this kind of activities gives me an adrenaline rush that makes me wanted to try even if I know the danger in in it.
Sometimes, it is all about how you look at the place for you to be able to appreciate it and for me anything about nature really fascinates me. The mountain we trek was greater than 300 meters high I think and we were so tired during the trek but we don't really mind.
All of the things I saw in that cave was new to me so just appreciate it and thank God that I was able to witness it.
Some of the rocks were slippery because of rain while a portion of the cave still have water flowing in it. There were some improvised ladder that has been set but majority of the trail are still natural so you really have to be careful and watch your every steps.
They said that you can finish the trail for about 30 mins or so but for us it took as about an hour to do it since we have to stop once in awhile for picture taking. I think those were one of the things we also enjoyed during our trip.
The final and last activity was the ziplining and although it was my second time to do that I was still excited and little bit nervous about it. But hey, it does not mean that I'm going to back out. So here we go! Gracias making another history in her life by flying so high and let her adventurous spirit take place!
Fly and shout as if there's no tomorrow! Enjoy life the way it should be and take away all the hurt, problems and sorrow! I let my spirit flow and enjoyed the ride!
And that's the end of our Palawan Adventure. Until my next travel!