After visiting Kat in Namibia and traveling together to South Africa with her Peace Corps friends and Zimbabwe with her family, I thought I would post a few pictures.
Amazing African sunset view from Kat's hostel
Mark, Cindy and Kat at the bars in Cape Town
Shark diving could have been a big mistake!
...and for some it was. Dan learned the hard way that, after a year of relative sobriety in an African village, staying up until 5am sampling all the flavours of tequila that Cape Town has to offer and then getting on a shark diving boat at 6am is not the best idea.
King of Africa
Sean on the Zambezi sunset cruise
Hippos really do open their mouths to almost 180 degrees
Sean and Cin getting rained on by the Victoria Falls mist in Zimbabwe
What a cute family at the falls
Victoria Falls is over 110 meters at some points
We flew over the falls before we landed in Zimbabwe. The river is the Zambezi and many say it can be the most intense white water rafting in the world. We conquered the rafting, but the hike out the the gorge was another story.
Bless the rains down in Africa
Consta getting some air sandboarding
We had sand everywhere for days after
Jana attempted a 180 of the jump
Cindy trading snow for sand
We had to take two planes for the 6 of us to get from Windhoek to Zimbabwe, so we flew right next to each other - look hard, you may be able to see Sean waving:)
The sand dunes in Swakopmund
Cindy and the dunes
We drove a lot. Learning to drive stick shift on the opposite side of the road made for a few long days:)
Sunset from Etosha park
A watering hole in Etosha with an elephant, giraffes, zibra, ostriges, elands and more
More of the watering hole
The sky was so amazing
A zebra in Etosha National Park
Some down time at another watering hole
He is looking right at us!
We saw a ton of elands
Namibia's Finest - Tafel Lager
A long road and a lion - very African:)