Day 88 - Apr 10 - Stage 62
Monday: The last of the three-day section. I rode with Philip and we did a relatively fast pace until we arrived at Livingstone (The Zambian side of Victoria Falls). Stopped in Livingstone at the Spar Supermarket, hooked up with Tom and then the three of us went to Kubu Cafe for Milkshake & Waffles.
We arrived at the Waterfront Camp on the Zambezi, where we attended a TDA Bike Handover Ceremony, which was attended by the Livingstone Mayor, local dancers as well as musicians (drummers).
We will be staying on the Zambezi River upstream of the Victoria Falls for three full rest days, it will definitely be a well-earned and appreciated rest period!
More to follow...
|The Zambian railway I used to ride along when I was a child at Boarding School in South Africa|
|Liz very happy to be cycling to Livingstone where she will meet up with her Husband Tim and two of her Sons.|
|Ruze Chalets to Livingstone (Victoria Falls)|
|Zambian Trucks carrying loads of copper from the Mines to a RSA Port for export|
|We were welcomed at the Waterfront Camp by a Group of Dancers|
|The Mayor of Livingstone thanking TDA for their donation of bikes to the needy recipient's|
|Finally at Victoria Falls from where the Mosi Lager gets its name from|
|Heaven is two draught beer taps in the Watetfront Bar|
|Local Zambian Dancers entertaining us at the Bike Handover Ceremony|
|Victoria Falls, with "The Smoke that Thunders" as seen from the Waterfront Camp on the Zambezi River|
Judith wearing her new Zambian sarong wrap skirt a gift from Lemmy and Naomi