Waterberry Zambezi Lodge
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... and of course cucumber. Then a large pot of tea, milk and sugar. All this overlooking an enormous garden, the historical bridge and the spray from the ubiquitous falls. It is amazing and a good deal at 30 for the two of us. We spend a couple of hours there just soaking it all in, walking around the gardens and taking pictures. There were also lots of monkeys and a troupe of banded mongoose that kept running through the lawn. We had a few little desserts left so we wanted ...
... as it looked like one of the hippos was going to charge us (if it had, we would have been dead). Sophie's boat also had a scary experience where one of the other hippos actually charged them. Luckily, they made it of the lake out in time! Everyone was a bit shaken by the whole thing, and it really brought it home for me that there was no safety net.... if those hippos had been closer, we would have been decapitated.
The game walk was less eventful! But, it ...
... dropped off, returned to the International Terminal A, breezed through Security (no body scanners; no need to remove shoes, laptops, and such), checked out through exit Immigration, and made our way to the "bullpen" of gates for International departures. (O.R. Tambo airport seems to have far more flights than physical gates so they're big on busing passengers from large "bullpen" rooms out to the planes.)
Joe, Linda, Rox and I were ...
... However, I will say, we continue to talk about our time in Cambine, Claus and Renate and more. Several times a day, things remind us of our new friends or one of our experiences. We are also looking at Zimbabwe and Botswana with a comparative lens to Mozambique.
We we ask for your continued prayers for s safe journey home. Looking forward to seeing everyone next week.
love and blessings,
... postpone it till the next morning. After a lovely long siesta with the windows wide open and a monkeys wedding in full swing, we decided a high tea at The Victoria Falls Hotel was in order.
We caught the shuttle into town only to find it beautifully deserted and the streets clean from a wash of rain. The few Africans that did walk with us to the hotel were more interested in talking about the cricket than selling us stuff.