Nata – Kazungula + Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

Nata – Kazungula 

img_20190508_134344-2054261933.jpgimg_20190508_125248-580288607.jpgimg_20190507_134200-861278587.jpgΔέλτα ποταμού σε Δέντρο

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img_20190506_120714198816437.jpgimg_20190507_074707-1367661182.jpgPolice check point, camping 1st nightimg_20190506_125208-1209829593.jpgLeft the bike there and got out of their wayimg_20190507_195736772460788.jpgimg_20190507_091020-259748549.jpgimg_20190506_101425-821394096.jpgimg_20190507_082044739186374.jpgZoom for the elephantimg_20190507_185340256739763.jpgFind Orion, test 1

Border crossing + Kazungula with Tapsi and Raymond

Crossing Zambezi river

img_20190509_131911-1549122248.jpgimg_20190509_1324501493485176.jpgBackground Botswanaimg_20190509_1324321755202511.jpgBackground Zimbabweimg_20190509_132440-1234756442.jpgBackground Namibiaimg_20190509_132444-969946546.jpg Background Zambia

img_20190510_145514_1755505705.jpg with Tapsi

img_20190509_162113-1102695114.jpgimg_20190510_083220-1727021467.jpgimg_20190510_085131296201173.jpgimg_20190510_145536-1593327002.jpgWith Raymondimg_20190509_185043-108388894.jpgFind Orion, test 2img_20190510_1201352017948703.jpg1kg avocado

Livingstone (family + Victoria falls + museum)

img_20190512_19195336586148.jpgPower cut, Beatrice with candlesimg_20190512_075214-1321773155.jpg cooking morojo in moliloimg_20190512_080916-229498293.jpg Joshua with the toy car I buggy bought for himimg_20190510_181612303612942.jpgimg_20190513_204952-585091756.jpgimg_20190512_123129_1-998099618.jpgimg_20190512_105418-effects1765725939.jpgimg_20190512_123142-1088698081.jpgimg-20190513-wa001268076668.jpgimg_20190512_1253471570059763.jpg

An interesting corner of Livingstone museum dedicated to life in “our village” and “their city”

img_20190511_1335341830684677.jpgimg_20190511_133631-1127446827.jpgimg_20190511_133631_1-931018524.jpgimg_20190511_133701744742206.jpgimg_20190511_134559849780037.jpgimg_20190511_160306-514773980.jpg66 kwacha = 4.5 €

Cooking nsima, the most traditional African food, (mashed-potato-looking-like maiz stuff)

Zambezi baptism

4 thoughts on “Nata – Kazungula + Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

      1. Βλέπει το μέλλον ο Πάνος. Θα πάω και στην Οσάκα, βρε, μη βιάζεσαι. Χαχχαχχα

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