I found a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow – soaked all over by the swirling mists of the mighty Zambezi River – laughing out loud and singing at the same time. Unbelievable! After fifty years of looking longingly at its pictures, I finally stood at the crest of a 330-foot abyss, reverberating with the never-ending sound of millions of voices; a thundering curtain of water, dropping into the depths below. Although I travelled far and wide, I’ll never forget the Victoria Falls near a town called Livingstone.
Maretha Botha - night-owl, bookworm, espresso lover, chocoholic, bird watcher, gardener, cat-and dog lover, and hiker on the Darwen moors. Her children's (9-12) series of illustrated books called, "FAUNA PARK TALES" is based on "African Adventures of Flame, Family, Furry and Feathered Friends" a September 2012 GOLD MEDAL WINNER on Authonomy,
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