This cave in Pagbilao Grande is known to the locals as Kwebang Lampas. It is at the far end of a limestone cliff in a cove with white sand beach called Puting Buhangin. Years of wave action has sculpted this rock into a unique sea cave. It's length is approximately 10 meters, less than 5 meters wide, and the cavern is about 6 meters high.
I'm a bit claustrophobic---earthquakes and the fear of being trapped flash through my mind when I am about to enter a cave. But there's also a sense of excitement and curiosity. The fact that Kwebang Lampas is just a small cave and its two openings comforted me somehow. And its interior was not dark and creepy as the other caves I visited before. The water inside the cave was shallow so we stayed there, soaked, swam, took photos and bonded.
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