Waterberry Zambezi Lodge
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Hi from Zambia!
Bigger than the ¨Honeymoon Capital of the World,¨ Niagara falls...'Mosi-oa-Tunya,' also known as Victoria Falls, is one of the largest falls in the world. It is located in Southern Zambia in between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Someone once said the water fall can be described as the 'smoke that thunders.' There is good reason for …
From the hot sweaty humid but peaceful setting of Tongabezi we moved up river to the slightly cooler Waterberry lodge. Wed had a lovely round-shaped thatched lodge with an upstairs which was perfect for us for the few days. The flood waters were starting to impinge on Waterberry with the little stream under the small foot …
... hostel. I will try to take some pictures or a video of the video :) The only bad part of the day was going back up the gorge after rafting. I was exhausted. This makes me wonder if I will ever be able to go to Everest with Kevin, it will be so hard for me! Tonight will be our last night at Vic Falls. Tomorrow we will leave with the new crew and some new people. We will be back for one day in Chobe and then straight ahead to Zambia. I'll keep you posted! ...
... this morning, over the Kafue
River and the green and brown countryside. After we eat lunch we are
going to explore Lusaka. Though we have spent a lot of time in the
city we haven’t truly explored it yet or seen much of the main area
aside from the shopping mall and fair ground.
Our host specified we’re having a light lunch and dinner will
come later. We need to be at the airport at 10:00 so we can fly ...
... medical school students from UC Irvine who traveled from Tanzania, etc.
Overall, it was a fun experience to be back at the falls, this time as an independent traveler. I was able to pack a lot into two days and now I can legitimately say I think I have had the full Victoria Falls experience.
I will take an overnight bus to Lusaka, Zambia that leaves at 10:00pm and is due to arrive at 4:30am. I will then continue with my journey onto Lilongwe, ...