A Popular Account Of Dr. Livingstone's Expedition To The Zambesi By David Livingston
































































 -   The Makololo had
once dispossessed the Batoka of Kalunda, but we could not see the
fissure, or whatever it is - Page 260
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The Makololo Had Once Dispossessed The Batoka Of Kalunda, But We Could Not See The Fissure, Or Whatever It Is, That Rendered It A Place Of Security, As It Was On The Southern Bank.

The crack of the Great Falls was here continued:

The rocks are the same as further up, but perhaps less weather-worn - and now partially stratified in great thick masses. The country through which we were travelling was covered with a cindery-looking volcanic tufa, and might be called "Katakaumena."

The description we received of the Moamba Falls seemed to promise something grand. They were said to send up "smoke" in the wet season, like Mosi-oa-tunya; but when we looked down into the cleft, in which the dark-green narrow river still rolls, we saw, about 800 or 1000 feet below us, what, after Mosi-oa-tunya, seemed two insignificant cataracts. It was evident that Pitsane, observing our delight at the Victoria Falls, wished to increase our pleasure by a second wonder. One Mosi-oa-tunya, however, is quite enough for a continent.

We had now an opportunity of seeing more of the Batoka, than we had on the highland route to our north. They did not wait till the evening before offering food to the strangers. The aged wife of the headman of a hamlet, where we rested at midday, at once kindled a fire, and put on the cooking-pot to make porridge. Both men and women are to be distinguished by greater roundness of feature than the other natives, and the custom of knocking out the upper front teeth gives at once a distinctive character to the face.

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