What is this cave doing in a place called Okinawa World? And why do they call it Okinawa World!?
It was a bucket list galore for us when we visited Okinawa World.
I’ve been to a cave before in Bohol, Philippines but it’s only a small one. Gyokusendo Cave, however, is an exhausting but equally satisfying 5km stretch long of a walk. The second largest in Japan.
There are over a million, a million!, of massive staglamites/staglatites. Being that I wanted this so badly, I couldn’t get enough of it. Static as I was, I’m tapping my shoulder not kissing one of the million. It’s probably salty anyway, and I didn’t bring any liquor to match it with. *shrug shoulders*
My apology for the euphoria. Being in a cave is a big one in my bucket list.
It’s just so spellbinding to meander underground in a cave and be blanketed by these nature’s majestic arts. The length didn’t bother me. We were lucky that it wasn’t as hot inside as they said it normall is. The maintenance is awesome. The pathway is easy to walk on and navigate. The only problem is that …
i looked around quite diligently and attentively but I just could not, urgh!, find Batman.
Other than that, I’m just so happy that I get to scoop out 5 and a half pail off my bucket list that was going high up to the brim.
As for why Okinawa World? …. I’ll save that for the future post.
So what activity is still in your bucket list big time, and what was the last bucket list you crossed off recently?
Grand Canyon is one for me. And this Featured Blogger definitely got me sold…
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