We’ve been told we will have an answer regarding our future project funding within the next 14 days. But in the mean time we took a day trip out to a lion park and hung out in some amazing landscapes and saw incredible animals.
This guy and his friend decided to join us for a Braai. (South African BBQ) Don’t you just want to touch him?
Lions are the most amazing animals ever. The end. We happen to be at the lion park during the meal hour and let me tell you it was amazing. The growling noises and aggressiveness while food is involved is frightening.
This guy is a bit grumpy that another lion is so close to him while he eats. He was giving a little feed back to the approaching lion to steer clear. It was his goat’s head and he wasn’t giving it up. I wouldn’t mess around with that kind of look.
Here is a guy I was willing to pet. There weren’t many at this park that I would want to extend my hand to touch. We were told that this guy was roughly 300 years old. He was a bit moody but if you were 300 years old I think you’ve earned that right.
Last weekend we went on a little hike with some friends. We hiked up to these balancing rocks. They are pretty awesome, and the view was stunning. I think Zimbabwe is really starting to wedge it’s way into my heart.
On our hike we passed by some prehistoric rock drawings. I have to say it was super impression to think that these drawings had been there for something like a gagillion years. Pretty great.
Speaking of great, let me introduce you to Debbie and her husband Delan. Debbie works in our Medair office in Harare and Delan is the optometrist aka miracle worker who was able to get me eye drops when I had my run in with the bug. Debbie and Delan took us out for a hike to see some of Zimbabwe’s great views. It really is a beautiful country.
While waiting is hard we are doing our very best to enjoy each day in Zimbabwe. Cause who knows where we will be living next month!