Category — Waterfalls
With muddy shoes and dirty jeans, a mud stained black jacket and digital camera in one hand and a video camera in the other, I boarded the Air Nuigini Dash 8 flight back to Port Moresby for Wapenamanda Airport, Enga Province on a beautiful and cold Monday morning in August.
The air hostess gave me a quizzical look and then half smiled at me when I smiled at her. I was minutes late. She wasn’t happy with me getting mud on the plane’s clean carpet. Oh well.
I was pumped, talking to everyone on the plane.
Less than an hour before I was hiking across sweet potato gardens, down dug out tracks with walls of red soil carpeted with green moss, slipping and sliding over mud, soil and rocks, crossing a slim wire bridge with-do-it-yourself repairs just to stand in front of the thundering, roaring Yuo Waterfall as it’s spray drenched me in seconds, all the while taking videos and photos. [Read more →]
September 6, 2011 No Comments
I love waterfalls! Seriously, who doesn’t?!
The bigger they are, the more water cascading down, the higher the falls, the bigger and deeper the pool, the more ‘mysterious’ and jungle clad it is, the more fascinating the fall becomes.
I have been to waterfalls all over the country. Some large, some small, some which fall from such great heights the water turns to mist and droplets, others that power down hard, cold and fast, knock you off your feet, pound your brain senseless. [Read more →]
April 29, 2011 5 Comments