TripAdvisor Reviews Fallsway Lodge Livingstone
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... beer, which comes in two liter quantities, in two liter sunflower oil containers that have their tops cut off. Davie said is a pot luck thing. sometimes the beer is fresh and the sorghum, maize, mixture hasn’t fermented much, or it can be quite bitter in which case its near the end and can pack a punch. Our two liter was the latter, and tasted incredible. Took me straight back to my childhood where we used to steal the froth off the top of the Chibuku ...
... this way, he said the view is a lot better this way. I had to agree, though in the first few minutes, we (or I) were concentrating on holding on and not falling off. Fabio did say, however, that they have howdahs for those with hip or knee problems - "for older people" he said...glad he didn't think we were old.
After a while, we got into the rhythm of things and I managed some one-handed photos. We passed the 'walk with lions' area and saw some lions in the distance ...
... they are just starting to learn English. There are nearly 70 kids in the class!!! So another volunteer from the Netherlands & myself are sharing this class as it's just to much for 1 person!! They are taught in an awful building with two other classes going on around them, the acoustics is appalling. So stay tuned to hear more about how this goes..... I will also update you all on my amazing trip to Chobe, when the Internet is working & I have a spare ...
... people. Never in my life have I encountered such friendly people, and getting to know the local people has certainly been a highlight for me so far. I am quite a celebrity here, and local adults and children alike stop me to talk or take a picture with me. The kids all call me "Mozungo! Mozungo!" which basically means "White person!". The kids just melt my heart, and I'm so blessed to be able to get to know them and play with them. Piggy back rides seem to ...
At last we had a lie in,getting up at 7 am as today was a leisure day. After breakfast Sidney our driver took the entire tour party to the border post so we could all walk across the bridge into Zimbabwe,our visa being for both countries. Another great view of the falls but this time not getting wet.Our passports duly stamped we entered a new country.Our fellow NZ travellers with their bags as this was where we parted company as they took ...
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