Submerged Cave in Marinduque

River cave - river cave in Marinduque, Philippines
@Leon35 (35)
July 26, 2007 9:25am CST
Shown in the picture, aside from the ruggedly awsome person, is the partially submerged cave in Marinduque. Also called the river cave. People near the river use it as their main source of water for household use, except for drinking. There is a clear, potable spring water they use for drinking nearby. There were legends that foretell of spirits living in the cave. They say it takes the image of a mermaid. This cave is among the 7 caves of Bathala, including the church cave, phyton cave and a cave full of bats.
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@oldiebut (859)
• Canada
26 Jul 07
Can't see the ruggedly awesome person, is he behind the guy with the black shorts and knobby knees? Kidding. Looks like a fascinating setting, and very serene. Where is Marinduque?
@Leon35 (35)
• Philippines
27 Jul 07
LOL. Marinduque is in the southern part of Luzon, Philippines. Yes it is serene and a fascinating setting. About two kilometers from the site, there is a undeveloped beach. Fishes would come to you whenever you take a dip.