The Stone Guest House
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... first trip to the africa was on a "save the world" spring break trip when I was 22. I volunteered at a Tanzanian school and clinic, and found myself moved to the point of tears almost everyday. My second trip was with my family when I was 26, we didn't interact with many local people but I noticed how moved my mom was when she visited a Soweto kindergarten. I was sympathetic but kept my distance. This time around, I'm a lot more jaded. Perhaps I've grown insensitive, case in point is ...
... listen to the cascading water falling into the gorge while enjoying a candlelit dinner with other fortunate patrons. A very memorable and romantic day.
You must be wondering about the funny hats we had on during our outings at the Vic Falls - our less than fancy bush gear needed something to distract the eye and we certainly did that considering the favourable comments we got - did have to walk the town though to find the last two remaining ...
... God for the poncho!). The River was running quite high, so there was a lot of mist from the falls. We did get some great shots, which I've included. We are staying at Waterberry Lodge, along the Zambezi River. We are right on the River, and can see Zimbabwe across the way. Upon arrival, we jumped in a motor powered boat for the sunset cruise. Matt and I and another couple from Melbourne. (We asked, but they didn't know Krithika and Lars. Apparently it's a big place). We were off ...
... armed with a slingshot roams around discouraging the monkeys from this and other naughtiness (like pinching food from tables).
We ended the evening with a grand dinner where we dined on warthog (damn, they're tasty) and watched another group perform Zulu song and dance (amazing voices and athleticism).
... One was in a complete circle. Having walked and viewed for about 2 hours we walked over the bridge and into Zimbabwe where we watched the bungee swing!! They tried to persuade Mother to go for free but she wouldn't!! There were also many stall holders selling all the usual stuff who hassled us and charged extortionate prices and expected you to haggle for hours!! After the Falls we then went to an authentic African village and were shown round by the leader. 4000 people lived ...