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... experiences that I honestly don't know where to start. The trip over was not exactly fun. It took three flights and 38 hours to get to Livingstone, having first to fly to Frankfurt, Johannesburg and then finally onto Livingstone. I had a lot of time to reflect on my way over about my life, my fears, goals, ambitions and insecurities. I was filled with intense feelings of dread and excitement, not knowing exactly what was to come, but knowing that whatever it ...
... beer on the sunny terrace with liveried staff attending to our slightest needs.It was if the Empire was still in place but now the bill was paid in US dollars as the local currency has given up the ghost. Indeed locals were trying to sell us their trillion dollar notes as souvenirs. After admiring the sumptuous drawing rooms with huge portraits of George V and Queen Mary we strolled into town through the hotel lawns all being watered to ...
... person. With the four of us this could get expensive. Back home we decided to focus our attention on the white water rafting since for the time, it was the best deal and what we all wanted to do. We had already done bungees and safaris. The bungee swing looked terrifying as you just walk off the bridge feet first, fall a hundred meters then swing out in a huge arc through the gorge. The feet first thing would have killed me.
Next we ...
... us about a "famous" baobab tree only 300m off the main route. We said we'd like to see it so he made a loop around it and said we'd stop on the way back. John did a great job of driving onto the Royal Livingstone Hotel grounds, showing us the lobby area (we knew were the boat left) and showed us both ends of the path between the Royal and the Zambezi Sun hotel. He advised us to walk from the falls to the Sun and then get a free shuttle over to the Royal. He ...
... that Thunders" is a perfect description for the geographical centrepiece of their culture and their very own definition of splendour. We are visiting at the start of dry season, so we are told it is "mostly full" right now. Mosi-Oi-Tunya National Park surrounds the Zambian side of the Falls and has tons of tourist activities to enjoy including white water rafting, chopper flyovers, bungee jumping, safaris, teatime on Livingstone Island right at the at the bottom of ...