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... beware: I want to take a field trip there someday. Imagine a 1 month high school travel study satisfying Social Studies and Science credits. I'd sign up now; there's a waiting list! Janine's Story: I don't have much to add to Jared's story today, the Falls truly were spectacular. There is something that can not be adequately expressed about being drenched by a down pour of rain caused by the power of the falls, while at the same time being warmed by the sun ...
... started a riot when we didn't take a ride from the taxi drivers and then wouldn't you know it but the vehicle battery was dead and we needed a boost! That cost us 20 Kwacha... probably the price of a taxi in the first place! We arrive at our hotel, and again nothing goes as planned it seems - our rooms were not booked as was asked of our travel agent. I have been out of wifi and didn't get a local cell so she had not been able to contact us. We got ...
... while we waited for Ffion and Caroline to print of the vouchers for their helicopter ride. They eventually left and we wished eachother well. They are supposed to get a hold of me when they come back through Jo'burg on their way back to Durban so we can get dinner. I just hung out finishing my tea using the internet. That's when I found out from Jenn that someone had probably broken into my car...tons of fun.
After I corresponded with her, I headed down to the falls. ...
... Jaap up. Our guide was great, our own medic, Jodi was doing the bungie jump about 3km away, and we had wanted to go watch them, can you take us? Yes he did, and was more relieved once Jodi checked Jaap out. We chilled and watched some people jump, then decided we had taken up more then the guided allotted 2hrs of time, back to the hotel's bar to relax. The rest of the night is a bit of a blurr, but remember Kendy giving me a hard time for coming back ...
... There's another path further away from the water which gives a totally different view through the trees but you have to watch out for baboon bullies that hang about in the trees and try to take your lunch. The final path goes down quite steeply to some kind of whirlpool but it was really hot and there's no breeze down there so I just went far enough to ask people climbing back up about it. They were all flushed and panting and I didn't want ...
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