Mosi-o-Tunya, The Smoke that Thunders

After my two-day train ride from Dar es Salaam and a quick overnight in Lusaka, I made it by bus to the town of Livingstone, Zambia. The town is named after explorer David Livingstone, who in 1855 was the first European to set eyes on the nearby Mosi-o-Tunya waterfall, which he renamed after Queen Victoria. I was in awe of the uproar and clouds of smoke-like mist billowing up from the falls, the largest in the world.

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  1. Rob Darrow says:

    Glad to see that Flat Stanley is still traveling with you! :-)

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