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Finding the Dragon in the Cave ...

in Palma de Mallorca


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So today we went to the largest European underground lake in the Island of Mallorca. We got there early in the day and not only was there a beautiful coastline but also an impressive sun rise.

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The cave was named as a result of folks long ago who thought a dragon lived in the cave - until one brave explorer found it was a huge underground lake with many species taking shelter there.

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After our walk through the cave viewing stalactites and stalagmites and crystal clear water, we were seated to listen to a brief concert of classical music and then boarded boats to leave the cave.

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It was really nice to be in the crisp, cool cave and escape the beastly, hot humid weather in Spain.

Posted by Where2FromHere 13:16 Archived in Spain Tagged de mallorca palma

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