Yesterday was game it was beautiful animals beautiful scenery beautiful geology today’s very very cultural we stepped in a lot of villages we have enormous fun little kids waving at us in this rural area children are encouraged to take on adult tasks at seven were eight girls start to help in the house, and boys begin to herd livestock seeing. How they go about their lives now preparing rains are coming now calling the fields making the pencil scratching their heads a real incentive remembers cultural insight into daily life to them right. So you can imagine a baby on the back a bucket of water like this on their heads that’s why they’re going to have it, and usually like three times a day oh now we got the professionals doing it right now women in rural Zimbabwe spend an average of an hour each day collecting fuel, and water each of these five gallon buckets weighs over pounds begin to lift it.
Hwange Safari Lodge Zimbabwe Photo Gallery
I probably couldn’t even get it up over my mother’s, and she put it on her head with a baby on her back too. So different from what we do, and it’s. This is just the beginning of our day.
I can’t imagine what else we’re going to see. I think, it’s great but. I would not not sure.
I would like to do it but, it’s wonderful warm, and friendly. I love to see. How families, and other parts of the world interact with each other live together tonight this staple dish called Sode Sode is a porch prepared by blending white corn with water to create a chunky face, it’s often consumed with leafy vegetables. I think the real.
Because the young people are the future of the country, and it’s important to see. How educated the travellers are interacting with the kids is the kids are benefiting from interacting with the people of a different culture, and a bit of a different race. So that when they go out there in the world they would fit in quite easily. Because they have experienced that from a tender age like what they are doing right now the only seven years primary education this school provides it also offers food to the students throughout the school year for the kids, it’s an exposure to the world out there my husband Larry and I live right here in Arizona you.