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... line up outside (see picture) and wait to go through customs.All of us who got visas before the trip could go through a quick line but we dn know this. There was one person traveling in our group that needed to get her visa !ugh there was approx 150 people ahead of her and we waited and waited. A group of natives entertained us w dance and song, yes you guessed it " The Lion Sleeps Tonight"! Riot. From there we traveled 3 hrs to Baobab Lodge. The people that work here greeted us w ...
... had little space for the provisions I thought we would need to take, and no sign of bedrolls but I told myself to have faith.
After a long drive of more than 2 hours over very rough scrub we arrived at a cattle post where those who wanted could take a quad bike for the rest of the journey out on to the pan. I opted to stay in the vehicle as our guide was a brilliant bird spotter. Jim took to a bike much to my surprise especially as he had to have a scarf wrapped around his face ...
Andy: for some reason I have always wanted to throw myself off a bridge with a bit of elastic wrapped around my feet. However as today has got closer over the last few weeks I have been getting increasingly apprehensive about it. What if I don't do it? Will everyone watching laugh at me and think my balls had been removed? Usually when faced with moments like this I'm quite adept at switching off my brain and just doing it. Because my brain is never really ...
... into place. Still in use
but they only allow one vehicle at a time, even though they weigh up
to 50 tons! We then drove into the Zambian National Park to see the
falls. Although not so impressive here the view back towards Zimbabwe
shows how the mist obscures the view of the falls and even extends
upto 30 metres above ground. Whilst walking around we saw warthogs
and a ...
... deal with flash flooding but they are also filled with rubbish and rubble and would be useless when the rains start. It would be a nightmare of a town to get around if you were disabled or drunk! Unemployment is ridiculously high; men hanging around the street not seemly doing much while the women are more productive with their little make-shift shops that line the back streets selling everything from fruit and veg to blankets, phones and mobile phone cards. The local bus ...