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... so he managed to drag me around! We found a nice spot above the falls where we could put our feet in the water, (which was extremely cold!), and get some photos! Before putting our shoes back on, Daniel said 'I've donated my slippers, let them go!', and he pushed them in the water laughing! This weird remark made us all laugh, a lot! I think it's one of those moments where you had to be there. So we moved on to the boiling pots, which I hadn't been down to with school, so it ...
... Experiences are one of those things you can tell people about, but
unless they were with you, you can’t really express what it means
or what’s happened inside. It changes you somehow. I’m not sure
exactly how yet, but the more places in the world you visit, the more
places you call home. More homes means there are more people and
places to miss. The world becomes smaller – but your heart becomes more spread out.
... home environment.
Day 4 - Friday 21st June 2013
Was again started at a leisurly pace but we all unfortunately realised our magic time was coming to an end and you could see the anxiety in everybodies faces that there was still so much to do but this day was to be our last full day in Zambia.
Those of us who were Absa/Barclays employees attended a conference from 09h00 to 11h00 which went off better than we all expected.
... We drink, and dance and sing and go to bed! It was a lot of fun but waking up in the morning was a close one. Suzanne had to wake Geoff up and we all stumbled around getting our things together eventually arriving for our drive half an hour late!
Wow we were glad we got out of bed. That is probably the best game drive I’ve ever been on. First we arrive at the water’s edge and saw a breeding herd of elephants emerging from it in ...
... of air I could, before the water attacked and pushed back under yet again. It was endless. Forced down again as waves crashed over me, I was struggling for survival. I had no idea what was happening or what direction I was going. I couldn't see a thing. I couldn't scream for help. Luckily, after the initial resurface, my life jacket finally figured out how the hell to float, so I was only underwater mere seconds before emerging yet again.
To Be Continued...