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Finding the waterfall…

Posted by Susanna On January - 28 - 2011

My last day in the jungle. I decided to look for the waterfall again. Giving it a second chance. So I hiked up again for hours. Enjoying the beauty of pristine unspoiled rain forest with all it amazing creature. Finally I came to the river again and this time I followed the river which was quite difficult with my equipment. Then there it was – the waterfall. A real jungle waterfall. Crystal clear and refreshing. I had a dip with my feet then I made my way back so I would arrive before darkness at the lodge.

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Waterfalls and waterfalls…

Posted by Susanna On December - 7 - 2010

While staying at Casa Amarilla I met Ines and Juan a very nice couple from France. They invited me to join them for their waterfall trip Baños area is rich with waterfalls. So the complete day our host Don Jorge drove us from one to another waterfall. I never have seen so many on one day. Extreme amazing is the waterfall “El Diabolo”. The visitor can walk almost underneath it.

Waterfalls

El Diabolo

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Waterfall trip in Palau

Posted by admin On September - 20 - 2009

Through the Pongo de Manique

Posted by admin On July - 6 - 2009

Leaving the mountains – Day No3

Posted by admin On June - 27 - 2009

Good bye Corona – hello Santa Monica!

Posted by admin On September - 16 - 2008

Niagara Falls and Fort George

Posted by admin On July - 22 - 2008

Today the weather was good in the morning so Mark and I went to the Niagara Falls. On the way there we stoped at Fort George and I learned a bit about canadian history.

“Fort George National Historic Site is a historic military structure at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, that was the scene of several battles during the War of 1812. The fort consists of  earthworks and palisades, along with internal structures, including an officer’s quarters, blockhouses to accommodate other ranks and their families, and a stone powder magazine, which is the only original building on the site. Opposite the fort, across the Niagara River, stands Fort Niagara in New York, which can be seen from Fort George’s ramparts.
Fort George was built by the British Army after Jay’s Treaty (1796) required Britain to withdraw from Fort Niagara. The new fort was completed in 1802 and became the headquarters for the British Army and the local militia.
Fort George was captured by U.S. forces in May 1813 at the Battle of Fort George. The American Army used the fort as a base to invade Upper Canada, but were repelled at the Battles of Stoney Creek and Beaver Dams. The fort was recaptured by the British Army in December.” (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_George,_Ontario)

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Dolphins and “Fullmoon party”

Posted by admin On March - 3 - 2007

Today Jenny and me changed early in the morning the accommodation for a cheaper and better one. Then we caught up with the German Arno and the two other Finn guys for doing a little bike tour around the islands to the waterfall and a beach on Don Khong. From the beach we did a tour to watch the rare Hirrawadie dolphins. And we saw some but unfortunately far away. In the evening we all went for 50000kip to a sort of fullmoon party with food. Was a big rip off. Food didn’t taste good. In the end the lady who organized the party had a loud argument with a Laos guy. Read the rest of this entry »

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Changing guesthouse and visiting the waterfall

Posted by admin On February - 25 - 2007

Jost phoned at his guesthouse and we changed the place. we payed the same but for a luxery room with cable tv. At the afternoon jost and I went to the waterfall (we rented a tuk tuk for a day $12). was really nice. in the evening we went to the Lao Lao Garden for the nice sort of racklet food and later in the hive bar for a drink. After that again to the bowling bar. Read the rest of this entry »

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Cape Reinga

Posted by admin On August - 18 - 2006

Early in the morning I went with some guys I met at the diving to Cape Reinga the northern spot of New Zealand. Here the Pacific meets the Tasmanian sea. You can see a line in the water. Before we stoped at the Matari Beach and the Kerikeri Falls.

And what happend as I am in front of the famous Cape Reinga lighthouse? My other camara ‘died’. Don’t know why… but didn’t work. So I was happy to have a one-way-camera in my bag, watch the difference again…

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