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... hunt. Neither of these two Cubs have successfully caught prey yet, however Rachel felt that they are not far off getting their first kill. After about an hour hike, the walk ended when they cubs ran off into the bush intent on finding something to hunt - or at least make a good attempt. What an amazing experience! The rest of my day was spent with a visit to the Mukuni Park market, finding a post office to mail some post cards, and packing up my things for my trip ...
... doing the job hoping that one day they will pay him; but he recognizes the need for what he does and that it would overwhelmingly affect the people who depend on the rail for cheap travel between regions. He survives on begging and odd jobs, he has been working as a professional on the railroad for 30 years and he can't retire yet. It's worth mentioning that the expected lifespan in Zim for an adult male is 34 years at last estimate, that's how harsh their existence is. ...
... we met were great despite the problems the country has.
After the conference in Harare, we travelled to Victoria Falls to stay at the Wild Horizons Elephant Camp. It is a 50 min plane trip followed by a 15 min drive from the airport. Sue sat next to a delightful 5 year old girl traveling to the falls with her family – very cute and very bright - see photos. The camp is a concession in the Victoria Falls National Park and about 8 km from the ...
... receipts being written on paper carbon receipt book. Computers open but not used. We then caught a mini van to our hotel called Ilala. We then found our rooms and headed up to the pool. We spent awhile at the pool and then mum and dad went for a walk into the town to find some bottled water because you couldn't drink the tap water in the hotel. Emma and I stayed in the pool for another 1 and a half hours until we came back to the room and got dressed to go to the restaurant on the ...
We woke up leisurely and once again enjoyed the stunningly beautiful bush from our balcony. The birds were alive and chatting and a soft rain dampened the earth.
Today the plan is to visit the falls with a guide. Come home for the vulture feeding again, and then sleep for a few hours, Craig's favourite bit. We will then enjoy a sunset cruise on the Zambezi river and finish off with a dinner at the Boma House of Eating.
We met our guide at the front ...