Later that day my dad and I took another adventure. I found a waterfall online that I wanted to check out, but in order to get to it you had to park on the side of the highway and sneak through an abandoned water supply board. We then trekked through a bamboo forest that opened up onto a beautiful view of the mountains and rainforest. The tollway hills looked like something from The Sound of Music, while the forest reminded me of Jurassic Park. Overall, it was astounding and my camera was clicking furiously as I tried to capture the moment perfectly. We then had to walk through another forested area until we came to a stream that led up to the waterfall. It wasn't easy, and I fell quite a few times collecting several scrapes and bruises, but ot was all worth it once we finally got to the waterfall. The falls were huge and the way the sun shone onto it through the rocks made the scene look like something from a magazine. We weren't able to stay at the waterfall for long as the sun was going down, so we made our way back to the car. But Mother Nature had one more surprise in store for us. When we came back to the hills overlooking the mountains/rainforest the sun was setting over one of the mountains in the distance illuminating the entire hilltop and providing a beautiful sunset to watch. I snapped some pics and then we had to leave before the sun went down and we were trapped in the forest all night. Overall, it was an amazing experience. I got to see so many beautiful places the world has to offer and I'm so glad that I was able to do that along with my dad. I will definitely remember this part of the trip for the rest of my life.
Somewhere along the coast
Steps on the trail to the waterfall
Graffiti on the trail to the waterfall
Sun setting over the mountain