From Livingstone to Monze

We passed many trucks, bicycles, pedestrians and a train on this leg of the journey.

We had to charge our car battery as it was flat, before we could leave, this particular morning. We were using a fridge that was connected to the car battery. Luckily we had what we needed to charge it. We eventually left Cubu Cabins at 10.10. I was sad to go even although I was scared of the noises and animals, especially the hippo. It had sounded so close this last night and morning. It was one of the most beautiful places I visited on our travels in Africa.

We had to stop at Livingstone and buy airtime and lunch: 2 baguettes which we shared, one for lunch and kept the other for supper. They were huge and only cost R20.00 each.

The drive to the next town, Monze, was a much better road but there were a lot of trucks. It was so very stressful for me as I still suffer from PTSD from an accident I was in years ago and as a result I got a severe tummy ache.

In Moorings we had a little lappa with a thatched roof for ourselves; there was one for each camping area.

This is what is known as a lappa.

I seem to attract cats. These are some of the domestic animals we met on our journey around Southern Africa.

Derek and I enjoy observing the birds and we saw Cordon Bleu finches at this camping site.

That is all for now, Take care.

If you want to know more about our first part of the journey through the Northern Cape before we left South Africa you can find all the link here:

Scenes of the North Western Cape, en-route.

Here is where you can find all the links for the tip through Namibia
An African Road Trip: Namibia 2013

Southern Zambia:

An eventful day in the Africa, 2013

Prince Sibeso at Zambezi River.

Visiting Victoria Falls.

Camping with Crocodiles

From Livingstone to Monze

Traveling Sucks! Is what I said.

Malawi Border-crossing.

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