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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... breathtaking. We were greeted with not one but two rainbows! The area surrounding the falls is designated as a national park, it is home to a variety of trees and plants and animals. We walked along the slippery walkway along edge of the falls, having to wear ponchos at one point (to protect the cameras) as the sprays were drenching us!
One of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world, Victoria Falls is located on the ...
... and taking the middle section. We asked if the rapids were long, to which he said no. Not true. We took his advice and made it through some seriously turbulent deep turning water and charged into a grade 2 rapid one does with a White Water Raft, not a Hobbie craft. Grade two meaning, if I remember correctly, that they’re about four/five foot wave surges.
Its a big river, and not one you should do with little planning or a boyish sense of adventure. That ...
... UI', Helvetica, Arial, 'Lucida Grande', sans-serif; line-height: normal;">At the Royal Livingstone where we were staying, 2-minute hand massages were part of the check in process (!). It was even more old world here, with solar topis de rigueur. We were taken to our rooms in a buggy by a porter called Livingstone! The rooms were lovely, with a view of the Zambezi and the Smoke that Thunders in the distance.
... After everyone had the photos taken I went to see the Witch Doctor, he was telling fortunes, he just asked my first name, then banged beans together and threw them on the floor, he said I was married, my wife was Anne, had 2 kids and 3 grandchildren, then he picked them up again, banged and rattled them again, threw them on the floor and said I had been very ill and had been married for a long time (to be honest all this shook me, all he asked was my first name) I was going to have ...
... the two related lionesses are given the opportunity to learn how to track and kill and to survive in the wild when they are released at about 4 years of age.
While many of our group were too nervous to touch the lions, Eoin and I grabbed every opportunity! We walked with them, stroked their back and spent two hours observing their play in the Zambezi River. With us were four guides and three volunteers.
Of huge ...