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Early this year, I went to Palawan with some friends. Our trip involved island hopping, snorkeling, spelunking, playing sungka with foreign backpackers, watching fireflies (a lot of fireflies, actually) and of course, navigating the Puerto Princesa Underground River.
Just in case you didn’t know, the Puerto Princesa Underground River is the world’s longest navigable underground river at 8.2 km.
It features astonishing formations of stalactites and stalagmites, which basically are the main attraction of the whole experience. Let me show you how wonderful it is inside the Puerto Princesa underground River.
Among other things, you’ll see:
Romeo and Juliet
and a sexy woman’s behind
There’s also a whole setup of a cathedral there, the three kings, other vegetables, and a lot more. These astonishing rock formations, and how nature was able to give us the ordinary things in the form of stalactites and stalagmites are exactly why I think the Puerto Princesa Underground River is a true wonder of nature.
It’s among the natural wonders our country has. And what better way to let the whole world know about this beauty by putting it on the list of the new seven wonders of nature.
We only have four days left to vote. Text PPUR to 6851 now or visit www.new7wonders.com to show your support!