Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls

Actually, do go chasing waterfalls. It was great. I just didn’t want to pass up an opportunity to quote TLC.

Today a group of us decided to do a little bit of hiking to see some pretty sights outside of the city. An hour drive and a flat tire later, we began an afternoon frolick up dirt paths, over log bridges, and across slippery river stones.

Something you might notice, something that’s still a shock to me every time I go see a sight, is that these beautiful, world-class locales are completely devoid of tourists- even on a nice Saturday afternoon. Save for the few locals you’ll see in one of the pics, everyone in the shots is from our group.  There really just isn’t any other country that I know of with this type of beauty and such a lack of tourism. Now that the country is open to the public I expect that to change extremely quickly as word gets out, and I consider myself extremely lucky to be here before that happens.

 

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2 thoughts on “Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls

  1. These are amazing! Much bigger and better than the ones we saw in Michigan – can’t wait to see them live! Any unusual animals along the way?

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