Cuso and VSO
Waiting in Bulawayo for the sleeper train.
Yes! We finally arrived in Vic Falls after 36 hours..
At night we went to the Zambezi River to check out the hippos.
Mommy Hippo keeps always an eye on the boat..
A group of hippos were hiding further along the river.
Begrudginly he let us come closer..
Sunset at the Zambezi River.
Lis & Mar, deadly tired from the trip!
Proof we went on a horse in search of elephants and other game.
Marlowe is enjoying his ride.
Lis, Tim and Marlowe.
So many impalas!
Chris and Tim
As usual, the hat is too big for me!
Ready for the Boma dinner.
Yum, warthog steak is the best!!
Try it for yourself - the Mopani Worm!
Tim goes first..
Chris is second..
And is brave..
To Endure the..
Baboons on the road!
They're not eager to let us pass in the car..
Great Zimbabwe is an important archaeological site.
The site tells the story about the ancient sub-Saharan African civilization between 11th and 14th centuries.
The guide explains to Marlowe the significance of the bird.
The birds are thought to be symbols of the royal family of Great Zimbabwe.
This is the capital with several enclosures.
This man played on of the traditional instruments.
Very nice dancing.
Phallic or not?
The outer wall shown here is 11 metres tall and as thick as 5 metres.