They don’t call it the rainforest for nothing. It sounds like a train coming – it’s perfectly dry and simply overcast and all of a sudden you hear a noise like a strong wind coming. It gets louder and louder, the sky turns instantly darker and within 20 seconds the sky is filled with raindrops the size of pebbles. The downpour continues for 5 minutes then it stops. Just like that. For 10 minutes the water drips from the leaves, giving the impression that it is actually still raining. Then it’s over. For a split second there is complete silence, then the noise of falling water is once again replaced by the squawking of birds and the croaking of frogs.