The mist coming from the falls was so powerful, it felt like a storm at times. You could see it from 100K.
On Saturday afternoon, Mell brought Eli and I to a crocodile farm which had some other animals, too. We got to see hundreds of different crocodile, some lions and an ostrich. Elijah bravely held some baby crocodiles and was ready to take one home. I had to explain to him that those 5 week old babies turn into the 10 yr old big daddy crocs that we had seen earlier. He understood pretty quickly and then it go.
After the crocodile farm, we stopped by a curio market to pick up a gift for Elijah's birthday. It was the end of the day and nobody else was there, so it was very pleasant. All of the vendors played with Eli while I shopped. A vendor named Happy even gave Elijah a free necklace with a carved river god charm on it.
All weekend, whether driving through town or down our little dirt road to the rented house, we often bumped into wild game like impala, wort hogs and even elephants. It was unreal.
That night, while the kids and I slept peacefully, Dan went with two other guys from the team to a special exotic meats dinner (called Boma) put on by the Safari Lodge hotel in town. Dan alone ate ten different meats including kudu, ostrich, warthog:
...water buffalo, eland, lamb, breem, crocodile tale, smoked guinea fowl and impala terrine.
Before eating your meal though, you had a eat a mopani worm which he said was horrible.