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Bowen Falls (Lady Bowen Falls), named after the wife of Sir George Bowen, one of New Zealandís early governors in the 1870ís. This spectacular waterfall is one of only two permanent falls and drops 160 metres from a classic hanging valley in the Darren Mountain Range.

It looked like a Dragon opening it's mouth to me

Sadly, seeing this fall signals that the end of my Real Journey would be ending in about 10mins

Again, it was still raining heavily after 2 hour 20mins of cruise.

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