氣勢磅礡的…瀑布?Overwhelming… waterfall?

By Lee Yi-hsuan (from : Taiwan) on 11月. 17, 2016

By Lee Yi-hsuan (from : Taiwan) on 11月. 17, 2016

The day  we arrived at Oirase Gorge was a rainy day. Although my sneakers were almost wet, I still wanted to go anyway. It's still gorgeous on a rainy day because the water looked like a snow white tutu around the rocks in the river. Or, it's also like water is coming out from the rocks.
我們抵達奧入瀨溪的時候,天正下著雨。雖然鞋子幾乎都濕透,無論如何都不想錯過這趟旅行;從石頭河床蹦出的水,像白色澎裙一般可愛,雨天的奧入瀨一樣美麗。也有一種說法,說這水像從石頭裡跑出來一般。

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I can't forget how I felt when walking along the path to stand in front of a waterfall within 2-3 meters. It was stunning enough that you will stop talking or shouting, and just stare at the water and listen to the sound which is like thunder.
站在距離2至3公尺瀑布的旁邊,隆隆水聲撲面而來,是很難忘記地懾人。當下,沒有尖叫、沒有說話,已經被瀑布的氣勢給震懾了,只能盯著水流、聽著如雷的水聲。

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Moreover, we also visited the "Ishi Ge Do" which means stone house. It is naturally occurring and there is a interesting story to it! Once upon a time, a woman lived in the stone house and she attacked people who pass to drink water nearby her house, so that she can rob them of their money...
我們還參觀了石屋,是在奧入瀨的一個景點,是自然生成的一個遮蔽處,而且還有個有趣故事。據說,從前這時屋住了個女賊,趁著過路人在溪邊飲水,殺了他們奪取財物。

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But... it seems like a pretty hard place for a person to live in...
What do you think?
但這看起來很難住人呀...你們說呢?

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