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hello! We are still alive! It is near impossible to update because WiFi is slim to none here. It has taken me 2 days to write this blog.

Yesterday we went and saw Victoria Falls. It was incredible, however this is the dryest season and they are having a drought so the water was very low or non existent in some areas.


We also saw an African school having a field trip. Can you imagine sending your child to Victoria Falls, on a field trip? (Mind you 95% of the borders are not there or consist of thorn bushes instead of a fence!) I've noticed in Africa the children are always waving at us even when we are driving on the road they stop walking and wave. It may be the cutest thing! The female adults are very concerned about how I wear Zeke. I've been scolded a couple times on his neck not being supported!


Afterwords we relaxed by the watering hole near our lodge and we saw a giraffe!

We ended the night going to The Boma, which is an interactive drumming and dance dinner. This place was so cool! They are known for eating a Mopami worm. Seth ate the worm and got a certificate, however it wasn't worth the certificate for me & the kids!

Kenzie and I also got our hair braided by a nice lady named Hazel! Will post pics of her braid in next blog since it is not allowing me to upload any more pictures!

Posted by TraughFamily 11:54 Archived in Zimbabwe

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