Posted by: Chuck | June 5, 2013

The fascinating Bukilat Cave on Camotes Island


Hello friends it’s so peaceful in our Big House this morning, like yesterday it’s cloudy with patches of blue sky here and there. Today is a big day for my wife, this is BINGO DAY and she will leave here with a smile and a jingle in her step. It’s her day! A smile is contagious, smiling at a passerby and they will response by returning a smile. It has been proven that more you smile, the more positively react on you. You will notice that a turtle only makes progress when it sticks out its neck…

English: Sea Cave at Birrier The small island ...

English: Sea Cave at Birrier The small island is joined to the mainland of Yell by a narrow strip of grass over this sea cave which is an obvious through-route for passing sea kayakers exploring this exciting stretch of coast. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

During one of our frequent trips to Camotes Islands we visited the fascinating Bukilat Cave. The cave is a rural setting and near the town of Tudela, in fact if there wasn’t a sign denoted “Bukilat Cave” a person could drive right past it without knowing. This breathtakingly sea cave is a remarkable distance inland. There are steps that lead to a body of sea water. And once inside we walked a little further then we came to a clearing of cool clear water. The cave is about half an acre in size and contains seawater pools that rise and fall with the local tides with pools of clear cool water and tastes salty. There is unexplained legend in which the Japanese buried some of their stolen loot inside as they retreated from American force during World War Two; even today people are still continually searching for the buried treasure. So you might want to bring your metal detector!

The Lord guides us in the way we should go and protects those who please Him. If they fall, they will not stay down because the Lord will help them up.

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