El Salto, Manzanillo, Mexico. Hidden away off the old road that winds from Manzanillo into the foothills of the Sierra Madre is an old stone bridge and steps down into a small canyon to where the headwaters of the Minatitlán-Marabasco River fall over 100 feet into a frothing pool. We had the place to ourselves when we were there, so after admiring the beauty of the cascades we braved the cold water for that ultimate treat: a hydrotherapy waterfall swim. Bracing!
Dusk falls over the Yalu River on April 3, 2009, which seperates the North Korean town of Siniuju (opposite) from the Chinese city of Dandong, as lights are turned on along the Yalu River bridge, also known as the no-name bridge. The full-length bridge built right beside the no-name bridge remains busy during the day time as trucks, trains and other vehicles transport goods back and forth.
Night falls over Rotterdam. Standing on the north bank of the river Nieuwe Maas, we have a good view of some Rotterdam bridges.. In the middle are the two towers of De Hef, the former railway bridge which now has the status of a national monument. The movable middle part of De Hef is temporarily missing due to maintenance and because of that there is a clear view of another famous bridge, the Erasmus Bridge.