The Stone Guest House
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... had switched to becoming a game guide only two years previously to provide better for his family.
At the end of the meal we regained the vehicle to drive back to Vic Falls. Africa had a spotlight out and swept it back and forth rapidly looking for game and plunged through the bush in the dark. He didn’t have the headlights on and drove only by the light of the spotlight swinging back and forth. He drove through an area where leopard were ...
... that rises high into the sky before falling again
on to us.
It is a plethora of attacks on the senses – the loud
crashing of the water, the rainbows created by the sun, the almost endless
stretch of the fall and the drenching we received lead to a very enjoyable few
hours. The photos will never do it
justice but I am sure it is a sight the challengers will never forget.
Yesterday we went to Victoria Falls for our R&R and they were amazing! Except we got drenched from the "spray" which was like torrential rainfall and we are still attempting to dry our shoes and socks. Sorry for the lack of group photos, we will try and upload some soon! Off to Mwandi for the project today so hopefully we will be ...
... to get our visa without us having to be there.
We then take the ferry to Zambia; more a floating platform than a ferry which the guys definitely don't appreciate in their hungover state, poor Simon just rocks back and forth half whistling to get him through the short ferry ride. The place where the ferry crossed is actually quite interesting, it is the only place in Africa where 4 countries cross; Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe ...
... a scam to get money. JoLynn's visa cost $30 and mine was $55 because I am British!
Hotel is amazing has an outdoor feel with restaurants etc. all open with no windows or doors. The rooms are beautiful and quite modern with a view of the Zambezi river. The building are all thatched. Included some photos.
Went for a sunset ...