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... led by a very well traveled historian that owns one of the lodges beside ours. We thoroughly enjoy the journey and stories before we reach the bridge and get a different view of the mighty Victoria Falls, causing Kim to gasp once again, maybe this time due to the free red wine, but yet still a very impressive sight. We disembark and take some pictures of the falls and steam train. This also gave us the opportunity to do something i thought i would never really get to do. ...
... humorous, even flashed his hippo ass at us making a wonderful photo opp. Perhaps that was more defiance that we were invading their hard-earned water territory, but fortunately, we were all too buzzed to notice! The sunset, which at first seemed dubious given the overcast sky, turned into one of the most beautiful I had seen during my entire time in Africa. With the silhouettes of palm trees in the background, and the beautiful pinks and burnt oranges of the sky ...
... being showered by the falls. Inside the grounds we sat next to a tree filled with a family of monkeys. A dozen or so jumped in the tree with their babies in tow. One ate right out of Michaels hand as the others stared down at us with extreme curiosity. The falls have everything possible for the adventurous traveller, bungee, ziplining , paragliding, kayaking. After hearing a story of an Aussie woman who's bungee cord snapped, we ...
... to Mamma (she's heading back home to Namibia today). Then it was time to hit the road and tackle the border crossing into Zimbabwe! We'd been warned that this could take several hours however we were lucky enough to beat the other tour buses and so were through in a bit over an hour. It was very hot waiting and there was a large queue by the time we were finishing. Tensions were rising! We had a run ...
... the African bush where wildlife roamed before passing the Rainforest.
No one talked on the Tram. If was as if everyone was headed to their final resting place! Michel appeared calm and not preoccupied with his planned activity to be done around noon time!
Twenty minutes later, we’ve arrived at our final destination! We ...
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- Lifetime of memories
- What a sunset !!!!!
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