Waterfalls and Hot Springs
Where we stayed
On the beach
Today we woke up, packed, and walked to the end of the road to catch the bus to Moni. It was a small mini bus, so a little cramped but it was nice to take local transport.
Walking to the main road
A fish stall
A view on the bus
Cocoa beans drying on the road
Digging on the road
Locals on a van
Chris and I
Rod and Isa at the back of the bus
Chris and I
When we arrived in Moni we walked around for a while before finding some cheap accommodation which we had to haggle hard for before going for a nice long walk in the early evening for a few hours to a
and then to some hot springs.
Preparing to walk the bridge
The hot springs- aka- a burst pipe
Hot springs- aka baths
They weren’t exactly what we expected them to look like, considering all the locals were bathing in them and they didn’t look that hot either?!
In the evening we went for a local dinner (
food), the ingredients had to be gathered from the
in the afternoon. It consisted of local rice cooked in a strange leaf,
flower and other
vegetable mixed and an amazing vegetable soup, which was smokey as the veg, had been roasted on a fire beforehand. VERY tasty and nice to have something different.
on June 10, 2011
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