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on the rock at the head of the fall on the far side of the river, armed with a
triangular net attached to a long bamboo pole. The roar of the water prevented
conversation, so leaving the road I sat down on the rocks on my side of the fall, to
have a ...
Below the waterfall was a pool thirty to forty yards wide, flanked on both sides by
a wall of rock, and about two hundred yards long, one hundred yards of which
was visible from where I stood at the head of the pool. The water in this beautiful
The upper side of this strip of ground was protected by a high bank, and the lower
side by a steep drop and a spreading rose-bush. The stunted medlar-tree on the
bank was too small to admit of a machan being made in it, so we decided to ...
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