I had decided my next point of visit. With the help of Nick and his merry crew, we headed out from Livingstone.
Nick drove me after waking me up early to see the Victoria Falls and it was worth every moment of the experience!
The deep fall is very steep forming a huge gorge with a water reservoir at the bottom. But the most fascinating thing about the fall is the rainbow that hovers over it perpetually.
I took a pose as Nick clicked away. We walked down the stony pathway and we witnessed the huge bridge (between two countries) on one side and monkeys ran past us on the way forward.
The fall was a bit dry at this time of the month but really fills up by December. The multi-coloured rainbow shines bright just as Victoria sprays her waters and descends down.
I took pictures as we meandered around the falls taking in the gorgeous, roaring and visually delightful splendour.
There were vendors selling photos and CDs of Victoria Falls as it changes in size and strength from month to month. I took a picture standing against the statue of Livingstone in celebration of having discovered his discovery!
We strolled around the local markets that were selling fish, oil, vegetables, clothes and many other nick knacks.
Here is where I got a real feel of Africa and it’s natural beauty, the vibrant culture, the people, the smells and sounds!
I wanted a plug adapter for my room so that I can connect my computer. After doing that bit of shopping, we headed for the lodge as the evening was upon us.
The falls had truly refreshed me and I remember asking Nick if we could take a dip in it, but I figured that it was not allowed here.
Nick had got some lunch packed for the way and I filled my stomach with sandwiches and chocolate.
Needless to say, the falls had been spectacular and I recalled one of my friends mentioning to see it at night when there is a full moon.
I think that is a great idea and will try that on my last night here till the nighty night.