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... is about the time it truly hits you how high that 10 000 000 litres falls. Then if you turn downstream to follow the course of raging water you can see the first rapid the crazy people tackle on their 20 km ride of hell!
These are the names the white water rafters dedicated to the rapids:
'Stairway to heaven' in other words you're going to die
'The devils toilet bowl' meaning you're going down
'Gnashing jaws ...
... actually go over but you never know. There was some rapper in a white suite standing in the water making a video but we couldn't hear him for the roar of the falls but just watched his actions. Which really look stupid all on their own. It's very quiet there, except for the noise of fifty gazillion gallons of water going over the falls. They actually drop into a gorge that is really a narrow crack. When you follow the path along the other side ...
... They found him with his eyes all scratched and a rip in his stomach. He was nursed back to health but, by the time he was well enough, he had lost his instinct to kill. They said that he will chase game but then when he knocks it down, he doesn't know what to do so he runs away. Petting him was w treat. Last on this tour, we left the elephants and went to a local village. The chief spoke with us for about 30 minutes about ...
... happen in African time. We said our goodbyes to Newman and a new crew took the eight of us to Victoria Falls Safari Lodge. It is certainly much flasher than we were expecting. The setting is stunning. It was great to have a hot shower and relax in the pool and have warthog for dinner. It is a great place to spend our last few days in Africa. Mum and Dad had arrived earlier in the day so it was great to hear about their adventures as ...
... area and our guide arranged for a group to take us for a walk and show us some of their skills. Robert from the camp came to interpret as these San do not speak any English. What I really liked was the San spoke to us directly, and we to them asking questions then Robert translated so it felt as if the conversation was with them, rather than just being told about them in an impersonal way.
Their language is a 'click' language which we find difficult usually so they started with ...