Travel Tuesdays 12: Victoria Falls

For this week’s Travel Tuesday’s post, we travel back in time to April 2011, when I spent 2 weeks in Zambia and Zimbabwe to see the Victoria Falls. The name of the waterfalls in the local language is Mosi-oa-Tunya, which means “Smoke that thunders.” We visited just after the rainy season, so the water level was quite high. The waterfalls really lived up to their name -the thunderous roar could be heard from quite far away and there was so much spray! It was best to wear a waterproof jacket to try to stay a little dry.


We did some other amazing things on that trip, like going on a walking Safari, riding an elephant…


and going on a microlight plane, to see the falls from the air. That was so much fun!


It really was one of those “holidays of a lifetime!”

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