Botswana & Zambia - Land(marks/scapes)

Mahengo border crossing between Namibia and Botswana - Botswana side.
Typical village in Ngamiland, north-eastern Botswana. Some of these traditional homes are constructed from bricks, which are made from soil taken from termite mounds. The final product is then plastered with a mixture of termite mound soil and cow dung.
Soon after Popa Falls, the Kavango river spreads and sprawls as its absorbed by the thirsty air and Kalahari sands. It then diseapears in a maze of lagoons, channels and islands covering an area of 15,000sq km (the size of Switzerland): the Okavango Delta. It's an extraordinary environment that attracts an abundance of wildlife.
Wild Chobe national park, in north-eastern Botswana is only accessible by 4x4. The riverfront strip supports the greatest wildlife concentrations and myriad birds.
The pontoon (car ferry) across the Zambezi river at the Kazungula border crossing between Botswana and Zambia.
Locally known as Mosi-oa-Tunya, 'the smoke that thunders', Victoria falls is an spectacular sight. Over a 1.7 km-wide precipice, an average of 550,000 cubic meters of water per minute plummets 107 meters into the Zambezi gorges.
Tonga tribal huts around lake Kariba region, in Zambia's southern province.
Taking a break, drinking Maheu (unpalatable local drink made of maize) in a typical dusty roadside town.
Lake Kariba, formed behind the massive Kariba Dam, is one of Africa's largest artificial lakes. Formed in the 1960s, the lake measures 280 km long by 12 km to 32 km wide, with an area of over 550 sq km.
Chilling on the lush grounds overlooking the Kafue river, with a beautiful classic African scenery.
The roof poles to support thatching are taken from strong solid trees and lashed together with flexible branches, The thatching grass is then sewn onto these flexible branches. A good thatching job can last up to 15 years.
Lusaka international airport
"...South African Airways flight 67...please proceed to the boarding gate..."

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