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... at sunset. Wonderful. After that a herd of Zebras crossed the little river as a Nile Croc looked on. Off again and there were the elephants. The pics are dark because it was getting dark. The FIRST herd had about 10 elephants, the second one had about 5. The males have big tusk and it was a marvelous site. We were late getting out of the park, both gates were closed but Joust our guide sneakily ?word, unchained the gate so we could leave. There were quite a few people camping in ...
... to feel like VIP
the whole time, with afternoon tea and canopes and champagne before dinner
We also did a helicopter ride over the falls,
which was cool for snapping picks and seeing how monstrous they are, would
recommend that if you like a nice view. Go to a restaurant called La Boma! Good
food and loads of African musicians with drums that get everyone in the
restaurant involved- wicked fun!
... had little space for the provisions I thought we would need to take, and no sign of bedrolls but I told myself to have faith.
After a long drive of more than 2 hours over very rough scrub we arrived at a cattle post where those who wanted could take a quad bike for the rest of the journey out on to the pan. I opted to stay in the vehicle as our guide was a brilliant bird spotter. Jim took to a bike much to my surprise especially as he had to have a scarf wrapped around his face ...
... lizard about 4 ft long and 4" in diameter.
On returning to Kirsty she was surrounded with Baboons who did become
aggresive as the babies were swing on the rear bumper. Soon chased
away though and we drove to Jollyboys campsite in the town of
Livinstone. In the town we passed a lot of old Colonial Buildings
dating back to the 1920's when the town was the capitol of Northen
... an area of Victoria Falls where you can swim to the edge of the falls being protected by a natural barrier. I managed to convince everyone else to do it. We started off at the The Royal Livingstone Hotel where we enjoyed the views of the Zambezi and Elephants swimming and drinking in the river. The boat then picked us up and transported us to Livingstone Island where they showed us a few different views of the falls before we had to get into our swim gear to cross ...