Livingstone Safari Lodge & Campsite
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Great little place right outside Nkasa Lupala. Adolf the owner is dedicated to the legend David Livingstone and is the keeper of the Livingstone Museum. Very interesting!
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Awoke to a chorus of birds singing, we even had the African Fish Eagle doing his magnificent call. We all quickly packed up camp as we need to do a bit of shopping and as it's Saturday we want to beat the mad rush. Left Katima Mulilo at 8:55 - Odometer Reading - 99743 We are traveling south west today and parallel to the Linyanti River, and we are …
Awoke to the sound of a Fierynecked nightjar coming home to roost, the majestic call of the Fish Eagle and a Hyena in the far distance. How magic it is to wake up to these sounds.
Today we spending around camp, bird watching and catching up our diaries etc. Alick and I went for a short walk and came back for bacon and egg breakfast.
... of the road is where it goes. They need education to make a change. We met a man at the market, who offered to take us to his very remote village and show us what people's everyday life is like. In Mukuni Village they do not have any electricity, they don't have windows on their homes, they have a piece of fabric covering the window openings and doors. They have one room in the house, they do not have a stove or oven to cook. They use a fire outside that they make everyday. He took us ...
... I've kept it fairly low key. Just relaxing by the pool at the backpacker, enjoying some traditional & some non traditional food at the local restraunts & spending time with other volunteers. The local food here is nshima, which is made from maize and you eat it with a beef or chicken stew & rape. Rape is like wilted spinach, I'm not a big fan! I like the nshima though. And the traditional way is to roll the nshima into a ball & eat it with your ...
... hung about for a picture at the very least
Still it was quite funny, the whole cafe was laughing at it and it was a very small biscuit
NOW last night (Friday) we went to Bopa, 'The Eating Place’ it’s a game restaurant, and as much as you like, it was another group night out (they have all been pretty good) they started with a Croc starter, which even though hardly a mouthful it still tasted like alligator, which tasted like chicken (so if you have ...