This is the Zambezi River after it has done it’s descent down Victoria Falls. This picture was taken on the Zimbabwe side of the falls. Nice gorge, huh? This is the gorge where the bungee jumping and zip-lining are done during the day. Some days, there are lots of people jumping off of the bridge. Other days there is no one on the bridge save for the lonely bungee jumping crew. This bungee jump is world famous because a cord snapped on a jumper in January, 2012 and the girl wound up in the Zambezi River, which has a few crocodiles in it. When I went to the bridge the first time, there was no one there. The bridge is in "no-man’s-land" – the area between the Zambia and Zimbabwe immigration offices. If you are just going to the bridge, you must pass through the immigration line of one country without passing through the immigration of the other country. Just say “I’m going to the bridge to watch people do stupid things.” The immigration officer will smile. Note that the largest dimension available for this picture is 1024 X 768 as it was uploaded at a very slow bandwidth from a remote location in Africa.