After a night at the Tabon Village Resortand my 50 Peso Breakfast at the transport terminal of Quezon, Palawan I find myself back in the National Museum Branch waiting for friends to arrive from their trip at Narra, Palawan.
They arrived on their motorcycles, registered to get the permit to the Tabon Caves Complex, went inside the museum and after a while we were on our way to the Public Market to buy drinks and snacks for the hiking tour. The snacks and drinks was heavily advised to us by the security guard at the National Museum Branch.
Next stop is the Coast Guard Office at the pier to register our names and check that we have the permit. The security guard also advised us to not forget to get the permit from the Coast Guard as we will be needing it when we arrive at the Tabon Caves.
It was then a 30 minutes wait for our boat as he was not in the pier yet, so we decided to walk the whole length of the port up to the other end. At the end were a pile of rockes which was a challenge to go to but I was determined to get to the end and take a picture of the fishing boats that reminds me of spiders.
We were in luck when we rode our boat as the sea was calm. After a while, I realized that my inspiration to get to the end of the port was a bit futile as we approached the fishing-spider boat giving me a better perspective.
Then the entrance to the Tabon Caves appeared. Way better than I imagined. (Good thing my expectation was way too low). The entrance was a beach almost inside a cave!
Adventure began when we stepped out of the boat as we needed to walk on the knee deep clear sea water because the boat could no loget get us closer.