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Travel Blogs from Livingstone
... dinner. Our senses dove into a luxurious pool of euphoria, our pupils dilating at the sight of roast warthog and avocado flavored ice cream, our ears perking at the sight of sizzling stir-fry and the satisfactory groans of fellow diners, sparks flying out of our fingertips as we reached for the freshly toasted bread, and lastly, a waterfall resembling that of Victoria Falls gushing out of our ...
... s right, some of us at worms...and have the certificates to show for it. F.Y.I. I was not a worm consumer. Then we joined in on a full restaurant drum jam. Everyone in the restaurant had a drum and had to play. This led to a lot of laughter and some celebratory dancing. We ended the night with a cake for Jay's belated birthday and a few visits to the medicine man to get our fortunes told. Now we are ...
... so the spray is massive and you cant really see the full falls and we got soaked. The other issues with the water being so high is that they cant do the full rafting tour as there is to much water and the lower river just isn't worth it. After a few drinks in the evening for our final night it was time to say our good bys.
The tour had been fairly average, food had been good but we didn't see that many animals due to the time of year. Hopefully when ...
... from my guest house in pretty, colonial Livingstone town. The museum is not enormous, only one floor, but I spent about three hours there as I read everything - I learned about the tribes, chiefs, animals and initiation ceremonies. The David Livingstone section includes some of his letters and possessions. Very enjoyable and you are sure to learn something!
At my guest house I waited for the driver to fetch me for my elephant ride. We ...
... actually swim in pools at the top of the falls, right by the edge of the falls, without going over.
At the end of the walk we stopped at the Victoria Falls Bridge which was built between 1903-1905. Construction was started on each side, Zambia and Zimbabwe, which the goal of meeting in the middle. According to rumour the engineer committed suicide when the bridge did not meet in the middle. However, by the next morning it meet due ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service