I hope nothing comes to develop this place or put up the ugly signs so beloved to Mexican sites. We drove down a bumpy dirt road, across a bridge that was actually a few inches below the surface of the water, and parked among the meandering friendly cattle. We dared to do this because a young man on a motorbike led us down like someone in a fairy tale, and we paid a small fee (about $3) to bring the car past a gate. Several people were gearing up to ride rubber boats toward the waterfall hidden by the canyon walls. The two of us had our own boatman/boat, and were ferried up the canyon a short distance. Our man held the boat in place in a bubbling seething pool where the falls landed for as long as we wished, about 15 minutes. The spray was moistening our faces and clothes, but it was light and warm. We paid a very small per-person amount for this, compared to how fantastic it was. Afterwards we lay by the side of the river and read. Do this but keep it a secret.
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