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... to drink or to cross. We saw some giraffe very close up, and I think I frightened one with my little action camera on its arm. It took quite a start as we drove by and ran off in a hurry. We saw kudu, male and female up close and my favorite sightings on land, and a first for me, were two male sable antelope. Their beautiful curved horns and striking black fur, made them a favorite target for hunters and they’re pretty rare now. We stopped briefly near ...
For our last day in Livingstone we had to visit the famous Victoria Falls. It is massive! Over 100m high and 1700m long. The spray meant you couldn't see much of it at a time but te roaring sound confirmed it was all there. When we arrived there was a double rainbow in the morning light. It was spectacular. Back at the hostel, people ...
... to that of a hippo sliding into the water as it eyes its prey (grass). As we ate gourmet steak sandwiches made by none other than personal caterer, Chef Shoko, we got to see the animals from a different perspective (we admit that the increase in height did enlarge our egos slightly as we towered over the creatures that we once saw as intimidating).
We will update you all tomorrow, until then...
So we have arrived in Livingstone and this will be 3rd time I have written this post as every time I try to save the wifi has dropped out and it is lost. Tia (THIS IS AFRICA)
We departed joburg and headed for the botswana border, we were due to do a game drive in the khama rhino sanctuary but we came across a little road block, basically a 2m wide section of the road had been washed out, although they had built a temporary bridge it had a height ...
the Zambezi river the next day. This was enough excitement for me on this
particular day, so from there it was a quick dinner at the bar and I slept very
The next morning we had an early pickup, which turned in to
the usual 'no rush in Africa' motto, and waited nearly an hour for the shop to
open up so we could get going to the canyon. Wrapped in blankets we sat on
rickety benches of a Ute tray ...