the 10-15 minute trek to the waterfalls isn’t really all that bad. along the way, you’d see some really nice scenery and hear the sound of the river flowing at the same time. it can be quite therapeutic. spiritual, even. you get to commune with nature and all that shit. it’s cool.
but i’ll be honest, though. the actual site of the waterfalls lost its appeal to me. simply because several establishments made of concrete are lined up way too close to the falls. it’s an eyesore. a mismanaged ecotourism, if i could even call it that. commercialized is how i would describe it.
p.s. this post is a complete antithesis of the emotionally-charged part 1. forgive me if i sound so dead.
p.p.s. on second thought, i’ma just shut up and let the pictures do the talking.