It was a strange visit. My first to any kind of caves, so wasn't sure what to expect, but if this was anything to go by, this will probably be the last.
The strange thing though is the tour starts with a movie on Jules Verne. I couldn't understand enough of the movie to grasp why this was pertinent, but I believe the gist of it was that he visited these caves before?? Then you get moved to another part of the caves where you're subjected to another film. Both of these films I could have done without, this was TOTALLY not what I came to see nor signed up for.
Then you're allowed to go to the 2nd section where you're literally herded through to see the caves in all their splendor, and another strange movie.
If I could have been allowed to skip the movies and stayed longer to see the sections I wanted to view, I'd have counted this a much more worthwhile endeavor, but due to the crowds of people, and how long you were allowed in each section, before they forced you on, it was entirely not worth it.
Not sure what someone else was talking about, we were able to take all the photos we wanted in here.
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