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... I was so scared! Dick showed up (he was walking slower to enjoy the power, the view and the experience of the Earth). Dutch words exchanged, and Dick declared Jaap fine. I asked him the date - 9th of...June and a wicked smile was his reply. Ok, I believe you Dick. We motored back to the truck, to have some luck. A guide who knows Tallis was there and recognized the "cheeseheads". Part of being a guide with his company is being trained as EMT. So he ...
... as a unicorn, don't you think!
I s******ed at Matt and Alex who raced back to the entrance to hire a rain coat. Stroking my favourite purple coloured rain proof jacket I raced on ahead to see the best views first. As children Matt and I would push, shove and slap each other for pole position at the car window to be the first to see the ocean. Twenty years later I now realise age is not synonymous to maturity.
... from the falls. Then also down to the boiling pot to have the view down the river and to the bridge where you can do a bungee jump. Before getting back in the taxi I picked up a couple of green bangles, made from the waste material from cooper extraction. Back at the campground we headed over to where the tents were pitched and the truck was parked to meet the group: Masivu, Tour leader from Kenya Antony, Driver from Kenya Michael, ...
... the engine begins overheating. Including a 5 hour breakdown in the middle of the day...with its accompanying heat. And at this point, while many of the locals were friendly, they were also very drunk, not making for the best companions. In Bulawayo there was an Athletic Club next door to the guesthouse, which was recommended for grabbing a beer. When I arrived I understood why the lady at the guesthouse recommended, it's really a social club where the older whites ...
... we spotted 2 elephants. We were able to walk up close to them, about 30m away before they decided to move on. Then we spotted 3 more so off we went to get close to them too. They were a little more curious as to who we were so came closer and closer and closer before we thought now this is getting too close for comfort so we clapped our hands which scared them enough to move away, just in the nick of time. On the way back we saw some zebras but ...
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