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... our vehicle was getting scared and wanting to move forward to clear its path, but I wanted to get closer, I felt invincible. Although Monday, I read an article that in Zimbabwe an elephant trampled the vehicle of a poacher and killed him. All in all Chobe was an awesome experience and both Martin and I's first safari. On our way back from Botswana we passed a huge line of semi trucks all waiting too cross the border with goods that are being imported. You must cross over ...
... leader at the home here and she told that there are 72 different languages spoken here in Zambia. She also told us that because of its tourist appeal of the Victoria Falls many Africans have migrated here to make more money off the tourists and many "street kids" As she called it have come here to find help. A few years back many people would leave their families behind and come here to work, while they were "working" they would find ...
... few hundred yards longer so I was just about to set out searching when I spied them coming up the path with a beautiful blonde girl walking between them! Obviously they had conducted a successful hunting trip? Jennifer was from California, of course, and seemed quite charming. There are a few places in the world where one really should take afternoon tea if the occasion presents itself, The Raffles in Singapore, The Oyster Box in Durban, among others, and of ...
... would sting but he didn't even flinch, or moan or cry! The volunteer said he would have been in a lot of pain :( So in the afternoons we always go out on different projects. Some of my favourite afternoon activities include: Adult Literacy. This is a 12 week course that runs twice a week & at the end the adults will sit a test & if they pass will receive certificates. I asked our project manager here if I could go on this project every Tuesday & Thursday as ...
... beer, which comes in two liter quantities, in two liter sunflower oil containers that have their tops cut off. Davie said is a pot luck thing. sometimes the beer is fresh and the sorghum, maize, mixture hasn’t fermented much, or it can be quite bitter in which case its near the end and can pack a punch. Our two liter was the latter, and tasted incredible. Took me straight back to my childhood where we used to steal the froth off the top of the Chibuku ...
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