The Cooper House Bed & Breakfast Inn
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... appropriate footwear. Those who were still doing it were still some way behind. We said our goodbyes to the girls and continued on, but got a bit waylaid by the pool that the waterfall was being drawn from; it was really cool and shallow so we had a bit of a wade and a cool down...it was also really nice to wash off our faces, arms and legs, all of which were covered in a fine red dust from the trail. After this, we packed ourselves back up and started on the second half of ...