Jan 01, 2001
Dec 28, 2010
Today it is just a short drive to get to the Catarata de Pulhapanzak; this is a very spectacular 43 metre high waterfall with a width of some 30 metres. It is possible to camp for the night (N15.01.523 W88.00.089) in a large, partly shady car park. There is a walkway beside the falls so we were able to walk down and see the view as well as being able to swim in the pool at the top. Have to be a little careful in the pool since the current is quite strong, it almost took of my swimsuit top. After the initial shock of the cold water it was very pleasant. It has now decided to have a thunderstorm and heavy rain so all that is left for neighbours is a horse and some cows.