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✯ Ice cave on the frozen lagoon of the Svínafellsjökull Glacier - Skaftafell, Iceland

Fingal's Cave or Uamh-Binn, "Cave of Melody". Next trip to Scotland, have to see this.

inside a small cave that runs through the point at one end of Pokohino Beach, New Zealand

Belize ... This is called the ATM Tour or ATM Cave. It's amazing, you swim in with headlamps on and climb rocks and ladders to get to different levels. On each 'platform' you observe different artifacts. It's pitch dark inside with flowing water. Once in a lifetime tour, there are 25 guides that go through special training to be allowed to take tourists in the cave.

"Old Man's Cave," located at Hocking Hills State Park in southern Ohio, got its name from hermit Richard Rowe who made the large cave home in the early 1800s. (photo: Heather Morris)

((OPEN ROLEPLAY! about 3 people or so exploring a cave. we all just meet and superpowers would be acceptable))

Neal's Yard, London - a unique and colorful shopping area lined with ‘slow food’ and ‘raw-centric’ cafes

Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave, Belize. One of the best days I've ever had! Next was a zip line and an adventure I will never forget. Can't see enough of the world...

London, Great Scotland Yard, England (by Hans Kool on Flickr)