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My Zambezi ValleyIf the average person was asked about the Zambezi Valley how many would actually have anything to say From all the places I have been in the world the Zambezi Valley stands out most in my mind The mighty Zambezi River forms the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia as they lie on the maps in our libraries Few people have been graced the opportunity to be in the presence of this majestic silver python as it carves away at the crust of our earth There is no better way to experience this natural wonder than by organizing an expedition and venturing into the unknown wilderness of the Dark Continent for memories that will last you a lifetime Unfortunately these days you have to do it through a Safari company that will charge you an arm and a leg for a week long tour only skimming the surface and not taking you into the darkest of Africa of which you have read in so many adventure novels Traveling is a very stimulating hobby but Africa is part of meDarkness overcame all as Mother Earth turned her back on the center of our solar system In the heart of Africa everything is sleeping or so you are meant to think The ruler of that kingdom is patrolling his territory in absolute silence His bushy black mane casts a shadow in the pale moonlight Eyes like those of an eagle penetrate the darkest shadows of the bush The soft gray pads of his paws tread along the game path barely leaving any evidence of his presence The great beast strides graciously along before disappearing into black night He will soon find either a dense thicket or some tall Buffalo grass swaying back and forth on the rhythm of the early morning breeze where he can lay his giant body down and get some rest Stars begin to fade as a mysterious yellow glow takes their place
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