Today we took a trip to the Phong Nha Cave, which translates to "wind teeth." The cave is given this name because it is very windy inside and the rock formations resemble teeth. After a three hour bus ride, we arrived at the Son River, located in the Quang Binh province, north of Quang Tri. We then boarded two small boats that took us down stream to the cave. We spent time trekking through the cave, admiring the natural carvings, as well as climbing up the outside of the mountain to see more of the cave. Along the way up, we saw spectacular views of the countryside. This breathtaking view is scattered with dark memories of the war, with small ponds and darker shades of soil marking bomb craters. We ended our afternoon outing with lunch at a nearby hotel then traveled back to Đông Hà.