I BRIDGE YOU NOT.
On an island safari tour, we crossed this bridge on a 4x4 Jeep Safari holding 10 passengers not including the guide and the driver. In other words, it was a pretty heavy load. Halfway through the bridge, the vehicle paused, allowing us to catch a glimpse of the gully below and possibly see wildlife like monkeys. After crossing, the tour guide let us know that the bridge was built in the 1600s and that the glue holding the limestone rocks together were a mix of molasses, egg whites, rock, and sand. Who would’ve guessed that those common kitchen ingredients is the foundation of holding this bridge together for hundreds of years?!