Davis fall, David Falls, is still some distance away from the city in Pokhara. The traffic seems inconvenient. We went there by ourselves. There are quite a lot of local people buying tickets at the door, but it seems that there are still relatively few foreign tourists. Said it is a waterfall, in fact, compared to the large-scale waterfall in our country, the scale is much smaller, small and exquisite.
We rented a small motorcycle to ride there, on the way to the Peace Pagoda. The wonderful thing about this waterfall is that underneath it is an underground cavern. After disappearing suddenly, it drilled out of the ground several kilometers away, forming an above-ground river. Devil's Falls, also known as Davis Falls. It was discovered in 1961. It turned out to be a small stream formed after melting snow on the mountain eroded the rock wall. Perhaps due to the soft soil, the stream was dug into big holes bit by bit, and the stream dropped dozens of times from here. Meters, it forms a waterfall, and since then it flows into the ground to become a low current. The name comes from the fact that a couple of Davis from Switzerland bathed here and was washed away by the sudden stream. The life or death is unknown. The world discovered this waterfall and said Named after them, anyway, it is a park that cannot be smaller.
In the morning, I followed the travel agency to the top of the mountain. A coach teased me and said, "Love you, baby". I put on the skydiving equipment and flew before I was ready. In the sky, my coach kept asking me "Are you ok". I always wanted to vomit, but I insisted on saying "I''m fine, thank you". I was afraid that someone who vomited on the ground would drop a huge monster on top of their heads.
Pokhara’s night is full of intoxicating tunes, and when the first morning light illuminates the lake, it is indeed beautiful. Go boating on the lake or in the mountains under the leadership of locals to visit farmers in the mountains. Not only can you get close to the Nigerians, you can also enjoy the beauty of the green mountains; or on the side of the famous "Dave's Fall" (David Falls) In a daze, listen to his shock and howl.
We didn’t go to play this project, because some of our colleagues like it, so we followed to take a look. It’s too exciting for the little heart.
It is also a place to go! You must sit on the cable car, you can see a lot of pictographs, especially when turning, I just didn’t control it well and my feet were broken.
Glide down from the mountain, it is extremely exciting.