Mosi oa Tunya, Zambia
Hlane Royal National Park, Swaziland
I’m not quite sure if these two are really fighting or just playing but anyway I guess that confrontation of the elephants could be called a fray.
It’s four to five hours drive from Mbabane (Swaziland) to Jo’burg. On that road I got this snapshot of a truck’s silhouette against the red and golden sky.
This beautiful rock with rough texture you may find from Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary in Swaziland.
Now I’m cheeting a little bit. This photo is taken by my husband. We got engaged five years ago in this river in Pine Valley. The place is absolutely beautiful. We got there during schoolholiday and there where children playing in the river. Actually the river was their water slide. Isn’t all that summer lovin’?
This lovely campfire was welcoming us after a sunset boat ride on Zambezi nearly three years ago..
Cape Town, South Africa
Near Cape Town dock there is several old ships on a dryland. I have no idea will those ships sail ever again. Maybe some of those will. Others are probably just getting rust and waiting for their final destination. To me their are relics.
Between Zambia and Zimbabwe there is a railway bridge called Victoria Falls Bridge. This magnificent bridge was built 1904-1905 and at that time it was the highest bridge in the world! Bridge was built in England and shipped in parts to Africa. It was supposed to be a part of Cape to Cairo railway enterprise. That project was never finished. Anyway I think it’s a real beauty.
Few years ago my husband and I stayed two nights on Bovu Island. There lives a couple who offers simple accomodation to travellers. In the evening it’s possible to enjoy a hot meal in an open living/dining room. There we had some extra company from genets which are living on the island. Genets came to see if they could have got any treats from the table.