Well, this is our last morning in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. We love this town and, of course, we love the waterfalls. Our hotel was near an indoor craft market and an outdoor craft or curio market.
This sign is for the indoor market. But, look what else humans can do here.
I am glad mom did not try this. I don’t think this is the crocodile that would be a diving partner.
I do like this crocodile though. Isn’t this the most colorful rhino you have ever seen?
It is a first for me, but in the middle of National Parks and game preserves, this rhino seems right at home. I even made a new friend here.
I have seen so many hippos in the water, but now I can sit on this one.
Inside this market there are many nice craft stores and there is even a Fed Ex office here if you want to purchase items too large for you suitcase. We did not. Also inside there are various small market areas and individual stands. The cloth is for Chitenges.
Chitenges are the cloth women buy and then wrap to make skirts. We think the material is very pretty, but we did not purchase any. We are waiting for our taxi to the airport, so we go outside. This vendor was very nice.
He even asked mom to put me on some items for photos. Our taxi is here so the suitcase goes in and so do we. We are back at the Zimbabwe airport in Victoria Falls.
Inside this aerial view of Victoria Falls is nice.
We have plenty of time until our flight leaves. We do a little more shopping. Mom likes the shops here and we purchase more souvenirs. Then we enter the small restaurant in the airport. Even the chairs have African wild animals.
Look at this menu.
Crocodile burger? We ask the waitress about it and she says it is good. And, of course, it tastes like chicken. We have never had a crocodile burger; never have seen it on a menu either. Mom has eaten crocodile nuggets in South Africa and crocodile appetizers, almost like shoe string potatoes in Denver, but never a burger. So, we order the crocodile burger.
It is very good, and it does taste like chicken. However it is much more dense or heavy than chicken. We liked it, but we may never see it again on a menu. And for the curious, the official currency of Zimbabwe is the US Dollar, so yes, we did pay $15 for a crocodile burger. Our flight is called now, so next time we will be in Mozambique. More adventures to come.