A NAVUA RIVER TOUR PT. TWO

Monday, 17 October 2016


Somewhere along the way as we were watching the world drift by, charging our boats through mild rapids and trying to come up with the perfect tribe name for the village we were planning on starting we ended up taking a stop at a waterfall. It was absolutely stunning. After spending a few hours on a boat in water that was the perfect temperature to swim in but refraining ourselves from doing so, we expected that this would be no different and the water temperature would reflect it's perfect looking surroundings. Let me just tell you that it most certainly did not. The water was so ice cold that it took me a good few minutes to coax myself into fully submerging. It was nice once I'd fully gotten in but it didn't really seem to get any warmer.

The boys and a couple of the girls were climbing the sides and jumping off the cliffs making videos on one of the gopro's. I attempted to be adventurous and get close enough to the actual waterfall to swim underneath but the spray that was coming from the water connecting with waterhole as it came down was spraying in my face so I could barely see where I was going. I almost got there and that was good enough for me. It was an absolute blast.

You can see why this day was my favourite? I mean just look at this place, it's like something out of a dream!


XO, Danielle

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