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  • “Every exit is an entry somewhere else"
  • “Every exit is an entry somewhere else"

  •  8  1  3 hours ago
  • Photos + Words by @thekafuebirder | Hitting some MTB trails in the green season, Lusaka, Zambia. This awesome descent is called the Ridge Drop, ⁣and is part of the infamous #1zambiaMTB set of routes. This is basically the start of the Zambezi Valley escarpment, and the view one gets from the top as you descend is amazing. I have tried to show it here on the first few images, which are just screen grabs from the #hyperlapse I took, viewable at the end!

Discover Zambia 🇿🇲⁣⁣
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Location: Lusaka East, Lusaka, Zambia
  • Photos + Words by @thekafuebirder | Hitting some MTB trails in the green season, Lusaka, Zambia. This awesome descent is called the Ridge Drop, ⁣and is part of the infamous #1zambiaMTB set of routes. This is basically the start of the Zambezi Valley escarpment, and the view one gets from the top as you descend is amazing. I have tried to show it here on the first few images, which are just screen grabs from the #hyperlapse I took, viewable at the end!

    Discover Zambia 🇿🇲⁣⁣
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    Location: Lusaka East, Lusaka, Zambia

  •  565  4  18 hours ago

Top #adventurejunkie Posts

  • Photos + Words by @thekafuebirder | Hitting some MTB trails in the green season, Lusaka, Zambia. This awesome descent is called the Ridge Drop, ⁣and is part of the infamous #1zambiaMTB set of routes. This is basically the start of the Zambezi Valley escarpment, and the view one gets from the top as you descend is amazing. I have tried to show it here on the first few images, which are just screen grabs from the #hyperlapse I took, viewable at the end!

Discover Zambia 🇿🇲⁣⁣
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Location: Lusaka East, Lusaka, Zambia
  • Photos + Words by @thekafuebirder | Hitting some MTB trails in the green season, Lusaka, Zambia. This awesome descent is called the Ridge Drop, ⁣and is part of the infamous #1zambiaMTB set of routes. This is basically the start of the Zambezi Valley escarpment, and the view one gets from the top as you descend is amazing. I have tried to show it here on the first few images, which are just screen grabs from the #hyperlapse I took, viewable at the end!

    Discover Zambia 🇿🇲⁣⁣
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    Location: Lusaka East, Lusaka, Zambia

  •  565  4  18 hours ago
  • Doing my mountain dance ⛰
  • Doing my mountain dance ⛰

  •  457  29  23 January, 2020
  • Photo by @mstjernlof | Enjoying sometime in the "Jacuzzi" ⁣💦 Discover Zambia 🇿🇲⁣⁣
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Location: Mosi oa Tunya  Falls, Livingstone - Zambia
  • Photo by @mstjernlof | Enjoying sometime in the "Jacuzzi" ⁣💦 Discover Zambia 🇿🇲⁣⁣
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    Location: Mosi oa Tunya Falls, Livingstone - Zambia

  •  1,166  7  22 January, 2020
  • PERCEPTION (or open your mind to positive things)

Wadi Tiwi stole my ❤️. Nevermind that reviews I read online suggested to be extremely careful as locals are fishy, and might even rob you etc.. And here we are, two girls traveling alone🙈
In the end, we met a tourist who highly recommended us to take his guide as the way to wadi apparently was really difficult to find. We agreed. 11 year old local wanted 5 OMR. We were almost about to argue, but then I had a revealing thought. What is 50 aed? First of all just a paper, secondly -, that’s 1/10 of what proper tourist company would charge me if I’d ask them to organize this tour. Why people get so protective of their money? This little boy is just trying to earn something, which ain’t even high to Dubai standards, and plus we really need him! Without hesitation then we said yes. He took us down through all the little local houses, palms and rocks till we reached the waterfall. The way down looked terrifying to me. The boy suggested that he can take us down…. But I had big doubts. Then local guys around the waterfall suggested they can help. 
Again… The first thought in my head was - fck, they are locals, just guys around us and we are two girls in this hidden place. Are they gonna be just staring at us? I hope they not gonna try to approach us. We need to get rid off them! (TYpical thought I have seeing Arab men in villages 🤦‍♀️) However, in a few minutes, we thought maybe they can just show us how to get down… That’s it. That was the moment when we didn’t stay closed-minded and in common thought space. We opened up because we felt these guys could genuinely just help us. Within a few more mins that turned into literally the biggest adventure and best memories. The guys haven’t stared or did anything, they genuinely started to guide us. The way really difficult and they literally spotted every step we did. Sharp vertical wall with rope, carrying our phones, clothes and my money as we jumped into the water, helping us to overcome each new slippery stone and a new pool and then safely guiding us back to our car. And guess what, they didnt even accept the payment we offered. 
Oman you opened my mind & my ❤️
  • PERCEPTION (or open your mind to positive things)

    Wadi Tiwi stole my ❤️. Nevermind that reviews I read online suggested to be extremely careful as locals are fishy, and might even rob you etc.. And here we are, two girls traveling alone🙈
    In the end, we met a tourist who highly recommended us to take his guide as the way to wadi apparently was really difficult to find. We agreed. 11 year old local wanted 5 OMR. We were almost about to argue, but then I had a revealing thought. What is 50 aed? First of all just a paper, secondly -, that’s 1/10 of what proper tourist company would charge me if I’d ask them to organize this tour. Why people get so protective of their money? This little boy is just trying to earn something, which ain’t even high to Dubai standards, and plus we really need him! Without hesitation then we said yes. He took us down through all the little local houses, palms and rocks till we reached the waterfall. The way down looked terrifying to me. The boy suggested that he can take us down…. But I had big doubts. Then local guys around the waterfall suggested they can help.
    Again… The first thought in my head was - fck, they are locals, just guys around us and we are two girls in this hidden place. Are they gonna be just staring at us? I hope they not gonna try to approach us. We need to get rid off them! (TYpical thought I have seeing Arab men in villages 🤦‍♀️) However, in a few minutes, we thought maybe they can just show us how to get down… That’s it. That was the moment when we didn’t stay closed-minded and in common thought space. We opened up because we felt these guys could genuinely just help us. Within a few more mins that turned into literally the biggest adventure and best memories. The guys haven’t stared or did anything, they genuinely started to guide us. The way really difficult and they literally spotted every step we did. Sharp vertical wall with rope, carrying our phones, clothes and my money as we jumped into the water, helping us to overcome each new slippery stone and a new pool and then safely guiding us back to our car. And guess what, they didnt even accept the payment we offered.
    Oman you opened my mind & my ❤️

  •  1,152  61  28 December, 2019