Next best way to experience Victoria Falls............swimming in the World’s ultimate infinity pool, hanging on the edge of one of the Earth’s largest waterfalls…….enter The Devils
This natural pool has been created by thousands of years of erosion, its unique feature is that there is a rock ledge right on the lip of the Falls where the water is only a few centimetres deep, a natural barrier allowing you to bathe in the pool but not get swept over the edge. Only accesible from the Zambian side of the Falls and only open during the dry season when water levels are low.
There I was, fish nibbling at my feet and perched on the edge of the world, the spray from the Falls encasing me in beautiful floating rainbows, it was one of those moments of perfect bliss. The feeling of peace, serenity and being completely at one with nature coursed through my veins and carried me in a bubble of gratitude for the rest of the day, a truly magical experience.
A quiet after a long day back in Sri Lanka. This was a very pretty waterfall, I was a bit upset about seeing a stay dog on the mountain with a leech on its nose and, knowing I couldn’t take it off, was not sitting well. This was a really luscious walk up to the waterfall, there was so much variety in the greenery too. I saw many tea plantations that day and tried a really impressive curry made from wood apple.
When I’m at home I like to remind myself where I’m working towards and what I want. I’m not often sure how I will get there, so I research and I watch YouTube vids to help me. At the moment I’m looking into online nutrition courses to help me gain more knowledge about the effects of certain foods on the body. Everyday I like to watch some new food vloggers videos to expand and experiment with my food. As The Velvet Underground day, onwards and upwards ✨