TripAdvisor Reviews Fallsway Lodge Livingstone
Travel Blogs from Livingstone
... get to see the whole falls; you're too close. And there is so much mist that parts of it are obscured anyway. We're seeing it at a good time, the beginning of the green season when there's a lot of water but not so much that the whole falls is enveloped in mist. And you can see a lot of the rock face which is so interesting too. We wore rain capes but still got absolutely soaked. And the camera didn't fair very well either, although it ...
... apparently where most boats flip. E gave us a pep talk and told us how to play this one and what to do if/ when we fall out. The rapid was immense, E gave the call to get down, the Polish dude fell on top of me and the boat flipped, i closed my eyes, after a few seconds I came up and found myself under the boat in an air pocket with waves coming from all directions. I decided it was safer to duck back under and get out from under the boat. I popped back up ...
... and explore for resources but also benefit the country and people. Having looked up some limited sources and talking to people it seems he made excellent decisions and was really loved and respected by the people. He remained President until his death in 1980. There have been 2 other Presidents since but now his son, Ian Kharma, is in post. The peaceful, settled nature of the country is evident as soon as you cross the border.
Much of the income from diamond and copper ...
Andy: An early start today preceded a boat ride through the Okavango Delta. So called because the first few attempts at creating the Okavango, Alpha Beta and Gamma, had all failed through reasons as unbelievable as all the resident Anteaters protesting and going on hunger strike. No one wants too many ants running wild and knowing this, those clever nosy fellows made sure all their demands were met before the Okavango was ...
... proud of their train that I walked back later and gave them something for their time and trouble, showing us around.
It feels wrong giving them money, but no one asked and they just sit there waiting and waiting.
Well, we are off to Cape Town tomorrow. I won't bore you with touristy pics of the usual stuff but may just do one more posting of some unusual bits depending on what we find.
Oh, and by the way, the 8am train arrived at 11:15.
Other places to stay in Livingstone
Mosi-Oa-Tunya Road, Livingstone | 4 star hotelfrom $440
- Great location beside the falls
- Lifetime of memories
- What a sunset !!!!!
Mosi-oa-Tunya Road, Livingstone | 3 star hotelfrom $234
- Will remember the courtesy and smiles
- Fantastic but pricey!
- Natural Africa
Plot 2110 Mosi-o-Tunya Road, Livingstone | 3 star hotelfrom $154
Sichango Road, PO Box 60614, Livingstone | Hotelfrom $165
Private Bag 31, Livingstone | Hotelfrom $365
Nakatindi Road, Livingstone | 5 star hotelfrom $300