Our Spanish guide from the coffee tour had recommended a 3 hour hike to some pretty waterfalls so we decided to give it a go in the afternoon. We had bought some packed lunches from the American diner that morning so with those in our bags we headed off down the trail. After a few metres we realised that one of the 'lassie' dogs from the hostel (the youngest female pup) was following us. The coffee farm that is linked with the hostel was a 20 minute walk down the trail so we thought that she would head into the farm but she carried on following us and wouldn't leave! The trail eventually came to a road which we had to follow for a while and then we would come to a river which we had to follow to get to the waterfall. By this point we felt pretty responsible for the dog so we had to take her with us, we got some weird looks from people who probably thought we had kidnapped her! We followed the trail, dog in tow, for a further 45 minutes and paid an entrance fee for the waterfall. However in one of the next fields we came across a herd of cattle with a bull lying right across the pathway staring straight at us and the dog!! We weighed up our options and decided, after seeing the evil look on the bulls face, that we didn't fancy our (or the dogs) chances against it so we turned around and headed back without seeing the waterfall! We found a lovely spot by the river and ate our picnic, sharing half with the dog. After we finished eating we started to head back but now the dog was so tired and didn't want to follow us any more! She eventually got up and we headed back up the big rocky hill to the hostel. The 3 of us got back 3 hours later very hot and tired!