It looks like infinity, doesn't it?
I finally dove into my 800 plus collection of Guatemala photos and surfaced with Ixpanpajul. I didn't know what to expect during the adventure, since my husband researches all of our activities. I'm glad I didn't know a darn thing. Because of all the steps it took to reach the infinite hanging bridges! They were more fun than a zip line, I figured. (although Ixpanpajul has them too) That's because we were able to spend more pulse racing time, hovering high above the jungle. It wasn't over in an instant.
We looked down on howler monkeys.
The world below our feet.
It was so scary!
After the 4th bridge - and a relaxing swing in a hammock at the tipity top - we started our descent down the mountain.
This photo was taken from the towering heights of our last bridge crossing. The 5th bridge.
The horses and animals really made this day a bucolic affair. One of my best memories of Guatemala.
P.S. I have a new post over at The Chorus of the Crows! It's about three bold and scrappy book thieves...
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