Cloud forest after a very vertical hike.
Really ugly duck. We asked the owners why they kept them (they're grumpy and not tasty), and they said, "For breeding," and then we asked, "Er, but why would you want more?" And they didn't really have a good answer. They wiggle their butts when they're aggressive.
These swimming holes are pools formed by a hydroelectric dam, I just jumped off the waterfall, you can kinda see my feet sticking out of the water.
Bill and me drenched after trekking through waterfalls.
Sketchy suspension bridge. We met a vietnam vet here who was driving an old 1940's jeep, he had a bottle opener mounted on the dashboard of his card and even though it was maybe 11 in the morning, he was too drunk to open his beer. Funny man.
Little doggie topiary sculpture!
These swimming holes are connected by a series of tunnels, you can move in between two different waterfalls by wading through neck high water, and there are a few points where you have to go completely underwater and have faith that there will be enough head space to breath on the other side. Apparently someone dies every handful of years because they go down the wrong tunnel and end up at the dam.
Hot springs. You had to walk through a cave to get to the springs, it was a bit sketchy because you had to jump over a series of little rocks in the middle of pools of boiling water.