Magda toma unas fotos y escribe unas notas (en inglés) de lo que fue la experiencia de ir a South Luangwa
We’d been talking about doing this trip for a year, and last week, finally, we travelled next door to Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park for a two-day safari. The beauty and serenity of the park and its animals took my breath away. I never imagined that being so close to wild, dangerous animals could be so calming on the soul.
We arrived at the lodge after a five-hour drive that included a long and frustrating wait at the border. It’s amazing to see the difference in bureaucratic efficiency between Malawi and Zambia. Malawi has a long way to go.
It’s early evening and we’re sitting on comfy chairs facing the Luangwa River, watching yawning hippos through binoculars. I was never interested in coming to Africa and going on safari; I was never drawn to it the way some people are. But sitting here, listening to the birds, watching…
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