Amadeus Garden

Address: 538 Reynard Road, Victoria Falls, 0013, Zimbabwe | B&B
 
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      Victoria Falls

      A travel blog entry by kmaclean333 on Nov 06, 2014

      37 photos

      ... or between them, they would react if they felt their dominance was threatened. Overall they just felt like big pussycats, but they were very well behaved around us. The place we went is a fundraising project that takes a few lions and raises significant funds by offering these walks and education, and while these animals won't be released into the wild, they will have human contact removed prior to breeding, and their offspring once established in a pride will be ...

      Day 92: the pool of the Devil

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Nov 03, 2014

      Andy: my best mate once showed me a picture of being held over the lip of Victoria Falls and it looked pretty amazing. I massively bum waterfalls, I think how they are constantly changing before your eyes and how the water falls in different patterns is beautiful so a chance to see the largest waterfall in the world (arguably) from the top made me very excited. All 24 people on our tour were equally as excited and as we made our way across to the ...

      Zimbabwe, what a success story

      A travel blog entry by davidpower on Nov 02, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      A country with no currency and a troubled past and if you listen to locals, a troubled future.

      (No currency means they accept dollars and have no currency of their own. They look at you as a target during every transaction "how much can we get out of the fat tourist?").

      A country that was determined in the past by the Brit, Cecil John Rhodes as Rhodesia (naming a country after oneself, eh, that's quite ...

      The Smoke that Thunders

      A travel blog entry by charvet on Oct 27, 2014

      3 comments, 51 photos

      ... After checking in, we headed to the falls. In the local language they are called the Smoke that Thunders, Mosi oa Tunya. David Livingstone discovered them, for Europeans, in 1855. Dr. Livingstone is very respected here in Africa. He was a Scottish missionary that believed in more rights for the natives, Everyone has told us that since this is the very end of the dry season, the falls were not much to see. I think the ...

      Day 35 day 30 of Africa trip Etosha

      A travel blog entry by doddy17 on Oct 07, 2014

      ... we have no water so we don't eat and continues to have her head massaged by Joey. I go and see Kip concerned that because other people haven't done their tasks, the 5 doing the night safari would not get the hot meal that we are entitled to. At 6.40 Christine and Alex turn up to help poor Ashley in chopping food for the evening meal. As i am tired i start to get irate to the fact that these people mean that i miss out on food before our night drive. soup is made ...