From the Treetops: Zip Lining in Palau
Here you see the beaming face of a person just minutes away from zip lining over a waterfall in the remote Pacific island of Palau. Thrilling, gorgeous, awe-inspiring, yes. What you don’t see is this person falling flat on her butt just inches away from the waterfall! What a bruise, but fortunately the Canon was saved. So, yes, this was my first zip lining experience and there are no pictures of me doing said adventure only because I am a control freak of a photographer, so I wanted to shoot the view as I zipped! Those photos actually were not that interesting — just the tops of trees quite blurry. So, you see the hubs zip lining and looking like he’s hanging on for dear life, which he was (although I don’t know why).
After zipping across, we trekked down to the waterfall through the lush jungle.
The Love Tree
There was no way to get a style post outta this excursion. It was hot, humid, and muddy, but very beautiful and the air was divinely fresh. I’m wearing LOFT pants, if you must know.
Thanks to our guide, the waterfall is in full focus. Oy. 🙂
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