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... for lunch at a clearing and a little monkey was there, watching. We were warned to watch our food because it would steel any food it could. Well..... I had an apple sitting there and all of a sudden boom, the little **** grabbed the
apple and took off up in the tree and had the nerve to eat it right in front of me.. It happened so fast, it was amazing. We rested and showered and off to dinner. Food not very good; we had shoe leather - oh it was pork chops! Food also ...
... other as they set off from Johannesburg. We will be the newcomers.
Joined the group (Cecelia and Ulf from Sweden, Bayart & Alexandra from Switzerland and Emily and John from the UK) and went to the Okavango Delta for 3 days. Could not make notes as we had to leave all non essentials behind. All our gear for the two of us including sleeping bags and bed rolls had to fit, together with us and the person poling, in the mekoro, a canoe traditionally made from ...
... the Warthog who belies his ugly nature to produce some gorgeous steaks. After dinner we were all provided with bongo drums and the music started. I never knew that Zoe was so good at keeping a beat! I never knew it because it's not true. But she banged that drum like her life depended on it, it didn't matter that everyone else had stopped. Then, with bellies overflowing with animals, we had to get up and dance. If this wasn't feeling too good ...
... very easy to imagine the falls in full flow.At
the moment it is even possible to walk across the top of the falls to
Livingstone Islan and go swimming in a natural pool overlooking the
falls. The falls cover a distance of just over 1 km and the walk gave
us wonderful views whilst not being busy. After walking back to
Kirsty we then drove across the border to Zambia. The ...
... the falls both sides but on reflection we would recommend people to go to the Zim side. You get a wider view of the falls, where as the Zambian side you only see one corner. Although we had more spray 2 months ago we felt it still was the better time as it was soooo hot walking around in their summer.
That evening we enjoyed our final meal together and what better way to spend our final evening together than nearly being charged by a massive elephant. I ...