As I hoist myself at the top of the wall, I remain for a moment immobile, amazed by the beauty of the view. The dark green water of the lake are glowing under the sunlight.
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Welcome to Debunscha, one of the most rainy cities in the world.
That goes up and down. The way to the crater lake is not goes smoothly.
We begin our ascent through a beautiful black sand beach that invites to swim. At the top of a steep and endless staircase stands a lighthouse dating from the German colonial era.
We soon burst into the forest. The path that leads to the lake is marshy in places. It is sometimes necessary to cling to the creepers or the trees so as not to fall. Thank goodness that our guide who knows his course well gives us tips to prevent us to fall.
After about fourty five minutes of walking on a steep slope through the forest, while I think I can finally enjoy this beautiful view which I was told so much, I find myself in front of a wall nearly 15 m high .
"If you want to see the lake you have to climb" said the guide with a smile.
I am not stuffed the 285 steps towards the lighthouse, slippery rocks, and lianas of all kinds and this big steep slope to retreat now.
As I hoist myself at the top of the wall, I remain for a moment immobile, amazed by the beauty of the spectacle.