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... quiet a sight to see, moral of story, when packing up keep doors closed, a pain but at least the baboons can't cause havoc. We left Ihaha at 8:42 Odometer Reading 98780 We had to stop at the garage to inflate our types and swop meat from freezers to hide before entering Zimbabwe. We arrived at the Zimbabwe Border Kazungula at 11:52 and had to stand in a queue in a small building for quiet some time and tempers were starting to flare as ...
... to descend, and once we reached the end, we had an absolutely breathtaking view of the Zambezi River and the perfectly good bridge that we had chosen to jump off of not one day earlier. We made our way carefully down a section of large rocks and boulders, and took a bunch of very scenic pictures while we were down there. We spent some time watching other brave souls jump off the bridge and appreciating the beauty and power of the rushing current of the river at the spot where we were. ...
... calm. They wrapped my legs, and I got to the edge, and jumped! Ok, on the way down, I screamed "Oh f*ckkkkkk......" Over the edge. Then I bounced, and spun, and said to myself "oh my god, I did it!" My pony tail fell out and once I stopped bouncing, I hung there feeling my fingers tingle with all of the blood rushing to them, and the discomfort of dangling upside down by the tightly bound towels around my legs. Finally, my savior was lowered down ...
... the girls and camp staff alike. Other guests came down to the river too, cameras in hand, videoing and taking pictures. What had the girls been telling them? Lissy gave me a big hug, saying that we had been expected the night before. We had sent text messages but they had not received them as there was no signal on the island. They thought we had been lost on the Kachola rapids. I apologized saying that we had headwinds and didn’t make it as far as we had hoped yesterday ...
... the first rock, through the bow wave, slip inline with the fallen tree, turn forward to chase the remaining two waves and down through the overhanging trees. I took a small breath of air, thinking it wasn’t in fact that bad. The trees opened and all the water of that river congregated in this last channel. Water roared in from the forests on either side, and we dropped into a hole to hit a wave ten foot tall, the volume of water turned me off my seat, the ...