One of the rivers feeding Victoria Falls
Zambia near the Livingstone airport. Taken out of the airplane window as we are landing.
Getting off the plane in Livingstone, Zambia. Revi, Philip and Rex are in this phot with Janaki unfortunately chopped off at the edge of the frame. At least you can see her nice rolling bag.
Hotel rooms at the Chrismar hotel. The hotel was new and we were able to book pretty much the entire place.
Pool and dinning area at the Chrismar Hotel. We were so busy that I don't think anyone from our group was able to use the pool.
First night introductions
Janaki K. gave a wonderful presentation on Cargills, a supermarket chain doing innovated work with Sri Lankan farmers.
Janaki K. gave a wonderful presentation on Cargills, a supermarket chain doing innovative work with Sri Lankan farmers.
John S. gives a report on his group's progess on coming up with project proposals.
Philip C. gives presentation
Jagdish K. gives presentation on Indian agricultural universities.
Roy S., of the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation provided the workshop an overview of the Foundation's operations and goals.
Sheebah giving presentation on village visits.
The truck that took us to Victoria Falls
Elephant on a local road new the hotel. This may be the one the hotel staff had needed to chase off the night before.
An elephant hanging around our hotel
Gorge on the way to Victoria Falls.
Gorge on the way to Victoria Falls. People are bungy jumping off the bridge. It's 115 yards high.
Going into Zimbabwe
Victoria Falls. If you have Google Earth installed, you can view the shot locations on the map. I did my best to put in the exact spot from which the photo was taken.
Victoria Falls. A pathway that links various observation points. This is within Zimbabwe.
Statue of Dr. Livingstone in the park near Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.
Victoria Falls. A type of Lilly, I'm told.
Jones and Mike presenting on the condition of agriculture in Zambia.
Revi showing AIR 1.0 communications device.
AIR hand-held communications device. The device is next to a business card for size.
WorldgInfo working group at Zambia Workshop.
(Stephen, Sophia, Kelvin, Peter, Philip, Dady, and Thane)
Zambian village outside Livingstone.
A Zambian village dog.
Zambian village. Shows satellite TV dish.
Woman at Zambian village. She is wearing one of the workshop caps we gave out.
Part of our group taking photos of one another.
The African Queen river boat. The group took a two-hour river trip. The weather was great but we only saw a few animals.
The African Queen river boat.
Zambezi. Outside of Livingstone, Zambia and just up-river of Victoria Falls.
A pod of hippos near the boat. Hippos are one of the most dangerous animals in Africa. Zambezi. Outside of Livingstone, Zambia and just up-river of Victoria Falls.
Zambezi. Outside of Livingstone, Zambia and just up-river of Victoria Falls. In the photo is a Hippo. An open mouth apparently means they feel threatened.
The African Queen at the end of our trip. Just around dusk. Zambezi. Outside of Livingstone, Zambia and just up-river of Victoria Falls.
Closing night goodbyes.
Melissa H., giving one of the talks at the end of the workshop.
Dwight A., gives a talk about where things were by the end of the workshop and where they are going. This is on the last night of the workshop.
The local outdoor shops in Livingstone. Not such a great place after a heavy rain.
An African dancing troop at the last night dinner. The white circles is the flash hitting the rain.
Dwight gets asked to dance with the troop.