A little refresher - the Lord knows we need it sometimes. This was one of ours during our time in Chiapas.
After we left Paradise, we drove through a valley between loads of mountains to get to these little waterfalls. J, Brad and I seriously thought we were lost right before we parked the cars and got out - only to hear the rush of waterfalls in the distance. Such a sweet sound, I think! So, we walked down a path a little ways and found this nifty spot.
I don't know the name of the place, hence the blog tittle : The little waterfalls.
Behind the waterfalls, my dear husband discovered, was a cave. It wasn't very big, but it was dark and slimy. It took me a minute to get up the guts to go back into it, but J helped me and I screamed like a girl the whole way through. I was just sure some snake was going to pop out right in front of my face to greet me and welcome me to his home. I probably would've passed out.
None the less, once through, we sat under the falls, wishing we had brought shampoo since there was never any guarantee that the next place we slept was going to have a fully equipped bathroom. Actually, come the think of it, the next place we spent the night, we bathed with buckets of ridiculously cold water
These 'pools' were pretty deep and the bottoms were all rocks, which made the water even more clear.
There was also a big rock, about 8-10 feet high, to jump off of into that big pool of water in the picture below. Well, the rock isn't in the picture below, it's farther to the right, but the pool of water is. Oh whatever...
Do notice the pole going across the top of the photo. When we jumped off the rock we had to dodge the pole in order to not hit our heads. Fortunately, no one hit their head. Also, notice Brad about to fall. The rocks were really slippery. Again, thankfully, he didn't fall and hit his head.
'Twas positively wonderful.