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Spitting cave on left side

Spitting cave on left side

SPINNING CAVES: this is one of my favorite places, mind you it is not a beach but just a magical cliff, to get there you have to walk between two mansions on the cliff: follow Portlock road to Lumahai road; you can access the Spitting Cave by parking at the end of Lumahai and taking a short but steep trail down to a sloping, 60 foot high bluff.

SPINNING CAVES: this is one of my favorite places, mind you it is not a beach but just a magical cliff, to get there you have to walk between two mansions on the cliff: follow Portlock road to Lumahai road; you can access the Spitting Cave by parking at the end of Lumahai and taking a short but steep trail down to a sloping, 60 foot high bluff.

This is the crystal cave of giants found in the Naica Mine, Chihuahua, Mexico. These are Selenite crystals (gypsum) and are the largest crystals ever discovered...  They are 1000 feet down in a limestone host rock, where they are mining for lead, zinc and silver.

Cave of the Crystals or Giant Crystal Cave is a cave connected to the Naica Mine 300 metres ft) below the surface, in Naica, Chihuahua, Mexico. The main chamber contains giant selenite crystals (gypsum, some of the largest natural crystals ever found.

Cueva Ventana - Arecibo, PR

Camuy Caves Puerto Rico, USA (Click the pic for full information of the place and many more)

Spitting Cave at Portmouth, Hawai'i Kai, Oah'u, Hawai'i  One of my favorite spots on the island.  I come here to watch for turtles, whales, and seals.

Spitting Cave at Portmouth, Hawai'i Kai, Oah'u, Hawai'i One of my favorite spots on the island.

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