Trip Start Mar 01, 2011
15Trip End Jul 10, 2011
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I was going to do a day by day account of what I did in Vic Falls, but that would take the pleasure away from telling you all when I get back, because I honestly don't think I will ever want to stop talking about it. EVER. EVER EVER EVER.
My daily routine was incredibly enough, getting up at 6 every day to walk the 9 or 16month old lions in the bush, then at 10am doing a different activity everyday, such as language lessons, learning about history and culture, going to the local orphanage, even meat prep which involved cutting up a donkey (yes I have pictures of me looking like an axe murderer!)
The two weekends I had free were equally incredible
Everyone was so so so friendly - anyone who was there and who is reading this, I miss you all already, and I really hope we can have a mini reunion some day! Particularly my incredible roomate Ayesha: I'm still singing our song ;)
I must have about 800 pictures from just this two weeks, so I will put a few up next time im online, but theres plenty to bore you with when im home ;)
I will update you guys on thailand in a few days, as I've only got an hour left in bangkok, and I want to spend the last of my baht! But I will say it has been equally amazing as Zim was, and thankyou and congratualtions to James for coming out to keep me company, and for completing his Open water scuba diver, wooohooo!
I love you and miss you all, Keep in Touch :)