TripAdvisor Reviews Fallsway Lodge Livingstone
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... side, you can see approximately ⅓ of the Falls. In dry season, ~10 million litres of water falls over the cliff every minute. During the wet season, this rises to 500 million litres of water every minute ~720billion litres a day!
As we pulled up to the National Park entrance, we could already hear the sounds of the water thundering…we could only imagine what ...
... the bottom that badly.
We're finally sitting still on a Sunday which is nice because I could hear everyone singing in the church just across the road from our B&B. Really beautiful harmonies. And a nice change from the muezin in the mosque right next the church calling everyone to prayer. At 4:45 in the morning it starts and then another four times each day. And I don't see anyone hurrying over to pray so I'm wondering what's the point.
... 40% bungee. Needless to say that we survived. You basically were let free of the platform and went down at about a 90 degree angle. You picked up speed quickly. Then you reached the bottom of the swing, went up the other side then, backed down to the middle slowly. You did this several times until you were just hanging in the middle. One of our guides is then lowered down the line to retrieve you and, you are wrenched back to the ...
Omg, the bugs in our room last night was awful. I went around spraying, stomping and ITCHING. At breakfast everyone spoke about the bugs, ugh
Our second day of drives. Our guide today is Genius, yes, that is his name. We are in pursuit of lions and Ele's today. The scenery is just beautiful. We are seeing a lot of impalas - easy meals for the lions. There are also a lot of Zebras. We are told each have a different patterned stripe.
Hooray, we came across 2 ...
... where we saw the local school, post office, technical college and houses. About 6,000 people live in the village and work either in animal husbandry, diamond mines or at Planet Baobab.
By now we have come to appreciate more of the character of Botswana. Unlike Namibia it was not colonised but was a British Protectorate (then called Bechuanaland) and it became independent in 1966. Just over a year later the diamonds were found which has made Botswana rich after being one of ...
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