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... the bottom that badly.
We're finally sitting still on a Sunday which is nice because I could hear everyone singing in the church just across the road from our B&B. Really beautiful harmonies. And a nice change from the muezin in the mosque right next the church calling everyone to prayer. At 4:45 in the morning it starts and then another four times each day. And I don't see anyone hurrying over to pray so I'm wondering what's the point.
... 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 ...
... reconciliation between his father and grandfather who had previously suffered a rift. He was educated abroad and whilst in England met and married a white woman named Ruth in the 50s. This caused uproar! His uncle called for him to be permanently exiled in the UK. South Africa forbade him to return (of course under Apartheid interracial marriages were illegal) and there was a fear that they might invade the Protectorate if he came home. The then Government of the UK was still in a ...
... Andy and I headed into town to try to change our Zambian money-quacha, into dollars. I really didn't think it would be so hard to change it, considering Zambia is only about 1km away. What a palava that was. Got there in the end. This afternoon, we decided that we would finally go down and check out "the" Victoria Falls. They we magnificent. They fall from Zambia into Zimbabwe so we were definitely on the right side for viewing. It was great ...
... over the years.
You could also swim in the middle of the river, if you chose to, but given the crocs and hippos that were lurking the pool just a couple of hundred yards from the "swimming hole" it didn't seem like a great idea. There were a few local kids swimming here to cool off from the heat, which must be a nice ...
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