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So we had just settled into deck chairs on the veranda when we hear all this grunting and groaning. Is that a...naw...yes. Yes it is! It's a hippopotamus, right there across the river! We're on the banks of the lower Zambezi River, at sunset, watching a hippo. How cool is that. Well, not incredibly it turns out, because in the morning we go canoeing and see, no exaggeration, probably close to a hundred of them. ...
... kilometres and we were meant to travel 30 kilometres in 5 hours. At least we had not given up and some people had had more difficulty than us. The guide kept shouting at them to stay together and paddle faster. We had stayed at the front with him the whole time of which I was very proud.
So we all sat crammed together on the deck of the boat on our camping chairs (all camping gear, food etc was aboard as we were going to wild camp that night) and enjoyed watching the ...
Since we were waiting a lot we had more time to play with kids. We brought out a soccer ball and kicked it around. Bubbles came out for a bit and were a hit. We invented new games! We invented a high five game. You start getting high gives low and then hold it higher and higher. The kids loved it. We also invented strongman. Kids wrap their arms around our arms and we must them. Another hit. They loved it so much that it turned into how many kids can you lift at ...
We arrived at 9 am and were picked up by Wilson Nkoma, pastor and feast coordinator. With him was Tabo (Joy), Major Talama's daughter who had helped us at the feast 2 years before. She is finishing her college degree in social services with the help of Lifenets.
We hit major traffic congestion and it took till 10:45 to get to the feast site. Services had been set at 11:00 and moved to 11:30 to accommodate our arrival and my speaking.
As I write today's blog I am lying in a sunchair on the deck of our house boat in Zimbabwe! This is the life!!! This was our last day with our driver Patty. He would be replaced by someone named JB who apparently was no Patrick and was quite particular on the way things went with his truck. We look forward to meeting this guy... Most of the morning we drove through the dry land of Zambia, waving to the people on the side of the road. ...