Friday, October 8, 2010

Mogotes, bats and more in western Cuban

Mogotes are found in only a few places in the world

A Canadian writer traveling in Cuba posted this photo, which shows those unusual limestone formations known as mogotes.
Leah Utas, whose blog is The Goat's Lunch Pail, was hiking near Viñales when he shot the picture. He wrote:
We climbed partway up one, maybe 50m, and then went though a cave complete with bats and out the other side.
I took this while taking a quick rest during the nearly straight up climb. Among the crops grown around there are tobacco and sweet potatoes.

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