18 April 1999 (cont)
The mouth of the cave was very large and as we journeyed deeper, it became
pitch dark. At one point, we gathered around and switched off our lights and
didn't talk, to listen to the sounds of the bats. Coming out of the rather-easy-walking
cave, we noticed packs of collected bat droppings, which is later sold as manure
to the nearby farmlands.
Then, we left this wonderful scenery, which will be carved in memory forever-
just like caves.