By P Chong 20 November 2011
The spirit of adventure has always charged both men & women to seek out the highest mountain, the deepest seas or oceans, the greatest caves, and places where angels fear to tread. Here in another sense, we can quote a line or two from Alexander Pope‘s Essay on Criticism: “No Place so Sacred from such Fops is barr’d, Nor is Paul’s Church more safe than Paul’s Church-yard.”
In the South of Brazil there is a spectacular dormant volcano that has always captured the interest of adventure-seekers.
Be more than just an armchair traveller as modern technology affords you virtual realistic travel to places beyond your wildest imagination.
But do not ever think you are one of the first stepping into this amazing inner river, pools, stalactites and stalagmites. There are traces of man ( human skull & skeleton) being there some thousand years back.
This is truly amazing!
. . . trees & greenery, streams & waterfalls, pools & lakes, caverns & tunnels, strange geological formations etc. . . . all hidden away waiting to be discovered!
Enjoy The Show !
Source: National Geographic