On the main road leading from Livingstone, Zambia to the Victoria Falls
and the Zimbabwean border, the big boss emerges. Vehicles hold up
until he gets across the road.
Livingstone served as a British colonial capital of Zambia, then known
as northern Rhodesia, and still functions as a real city, unlike the
artificial town of Victoria Falls on the Zimbabwean side, created for
The Victoria Falls right before sunset, viewed from the Zambian
side. The narrowness of the gorge into which the water drops, and
the power of the spray emanating from the gorge, make it difficult to
get a clear view of the Falls from either side of the border.