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... in the royal livingstone bar even when the ratio of wait staff to customers was a healthy 1:4. At immigration counters and foreign exchange desks, it's common to find 4 counters staffed but only 1 that's open for business. This problem isn't unique to Zambia by any means, it reminded me at times of Egyptian efficiency. I guess the entire African continent (except South Africa?) moves at a different pace. Another highlight was learning about the evangelical / Pentecost Christian ...
... visiting this world famous artist at his Design Studio.
Victoria Falls, just a 7 minute walk from our hotel grounds, bungee jumping off the Zim/Zambia bridge down the road and so many other high wire activities on offer to make your hair stand on end! This place is a hive of activity with river cruises, white water rafting, game drives etc that one needs at least 4 days to fit it all in. Wish we had done this visit when we still had the nerve for ...
... except by the occasional very long, very straight road. Only later did we pass over a mine, and the terrain began to show some relief.
The last flight (1.75 hrs) takes us from Johannesburg to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. As cosmopolitan as Johannesburg Airport is, Victoria Falls Airport is its antithesis. Eric aptly described it as a bus station with planes. In Johannesburg, we passed by upscale shops ...
... told us the different aspects of village life. It was really interesting she showed us their version of herbal cures etc the only thing that was a bit uncomfortable was the end when she led us to their crafts market. I definitely need to work on my tough skin and firm no, they were kinda pushy in making us buy stuff or trying to trade. For example they wanted a pen and hairbands, we kinda felt bad so we just gave it to them, the stuff not our ...
Our flight or I should say our plane safely deposited us in Zambia in a beautiful hotel overlooking the Zambesse river!! We were greeted by Humphrey so Mother got very excited ( being her maiden name) so now the question is have we got Zambian blood running through our veins ?!! And are we now home?!! Sitting minding my own business writing this the owner Peter has just been to introduce himself and was concerned I didn't have a drink so like magic a Pimms has now appeared!!! Looks like ...
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