we waited inside the shops at the doc for a few minues, then we were off into our bus to go to our tour.
I didn't take any pictures of the first "cave" as it wasn't really a cave, but a natural bridge type of a pass through. We walked through that and down through the jungle into the next very LARGE cave called Jaguar cave. There was a very cool piece of rock in them middle of it that had the shape of an open mouthed cat.. really, stalagmites were the teeth and everything. VERY cool piece of rock. BIG too - as in taller than 10' in the middle of it and about 10' or batter long... the shadow it cast looked just like a hissing cat.
We stopped at the little restaurant/shop area to have lunch of chicken, slaw and rice and beans. It was very tasty and I tried their hot sauce. VERY good sauce. The local wine, not so much. It was made from a palm nut that was like a coconut (it was a 12% alcohol set up.. YIKES! yeah, it was like cough syrup. I didn't get the wine... they really liked it. Cohune nut was the nut in question. Very strong stuff.
Oh, and the most important thing to take from this? I tasted all of the jungle things that Axel tossed my way, Geranium leaves, stems and such that we were told we could eat to survive in the jungle. What not to touch. I also ate a termite. Yes Folks I ate a termite. Tasted like the sap smelled off of the one tree used to produce bug spray... not so hot... but I ate one.