The Stone Guest House

Address: 40 Kombe Drive , Livingstone, 60060, Zambia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 40 Kombe Drive , Livingstone, is near Livingstone Museum and Abseil Zambia.
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    Travel Blogs from Livingstone

    The end

    A travel blog entry by brentdodd on Jul 30, 2015

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... for years though, so that doesn’t make sense. Lying in bed in Fawlty Towers. Would you believe, there are mosquitos in here.


    Very excited to make our way up to Lusaka in the next couple of days to see family and pick up Guy and Di, Martin and Hazel and head to Mana Pools via Lake Kariba. I wonder if the water is ok to drink if you put whisky with it. I can’t believe I only just thought of that.



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    Cruising Down the Zambezi

    A travel blog entry by shobhagopinath on Jul 25, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... no news from him, in 1869 Dr HM Stanley was sent to look for him and when he finally found him in 1871, in the typical under-stated British manner, he asked him with the now famous words "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?".

    Livingstone (local name Maramba) is a large-ish town that was once Zambia's capital before it was moved to Lusaka. The main draw here is of course safari, bird-watching and Victoria Falls. A short drive through town and ...

    The Prison, the biggest rapids, the poorest advice

    A travel blog entry by brentdodd on Jul 25, 2015

    3 photos

    ... drowning. Not ideal. The other guy, an Italian, in the same condition as me, who decided not to walk down, died four hours later. Its a moment of total and utter helplessness where you are so alone, its indescribable. It happened again in Botswana where someone shot and wounded a black mamba a tent where I was left with a broom and tripped to be face to face with it. For some unknown reason, that snake came up looked at me but chose not to bite me. Unheard of. It is true ...

    Zambia and Livingstone

    A travel blog entry by eoinshirl on Jul 17, 2015

    11 photos

    ... long it is the fourth longest river in Africa. The river starts in Angola and runs through Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique where it crosses the country to empty into the Indian Ocean.

    Our sunset cruise offered us our first sighting of Zambian wildlife that borders the river – elephants, crocodiles, impala and birdlife. This all culminated in the sunset over the Zambezi for which Zambia is well known. And what ...

    School life

    A travel blog entry by stephjmcdonald on Jul 14, 2015

    4 comments

    ... lined up waiting to be beaten with a stick. From my understanding they were being punished because they were late to school. They were not sitting in their desks by 7:30am. It was awful to watch & hear the cries of the children. I had to walk out of the room as some students were in tears. The problem is that the teachers don't know better. So I have asked if I can do some tether education whilst I am here and the organisers are going got try and make ...