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....of our OAT trip. Drove from Kashawe Camp to Victoria Falls with an impromptu stop to watch some villagers thatch the roof of a new home. Hard work, but many still like the traditional way of life.
Our walking tour of the Falls was awe ...
... and sleeping in your truck for two months!!!! It's insane. They are in the slow process of making a bridge to get from Botswana to Zambia, but they are estimating it will take another five years. Monday when we arrived at our placement we were so happy to see the kids. I really missed them over the weekend. Betty is grateful we have come back again, and tell us how much she has missed us during the weekend. I really feel like the kids are growing. I gave the young ...
... it's still going strong and carries the major road and rail line for traffic and freight between Zambia, through Zimbabwe and on to South Africa.
In in contrast to Livingstone which grew up after the bridge was completed, the town on the Zim side of the falls, the imaginatively named Victoria Falls, is a purpose-built tourist town with a short main street lined with restaurants and souvenir shops. The falls aside, the highlight of the town is ...
... AIDS was being transmitted rapidly, leaving the woman to mother multiple children then she would pass on leaving these children alone. Which is why the AIDS and orphan counts are so high. Today we had orientation and found out where we will be placed, and we start tomorrow yay!!!! So excited to get started and begin! There is about 20 volunteers here so a bit more than I was expecting. We will send another update later in the week but for now things are fine! ...
... where the spray reached us, and the ponchos that Sindhwa carried, came in useful - though again, more to protect the cameras. This wasn't even high season on the Zambian side - at its highest, the spray reaches 500 metres into the sky, drenching all the tiny beings on the other side. And at high season, the waterfall would be one continuous sheet of water and not the 'sections' that they were in now, with the rocks visible in many parts. At the end of the walk on ...