Protea Hotel Livingstone
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Very serviceminded staff. Great place to stay near the falls. Value for money.
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We disembarked at 10.30 am and were tendered to the Namibia customs. All these countries want to make sure the tourists leave. From that customs hut ( yes it was a hut with one man sweating in it) we went to the Botswana entry customs. A jeep ride to the Botswana exit customs and down to a ferry crossing. We went by boat across from Botswana to …
Again Captain Jihn helped me identify the birds. The German group will depart at 9:30 and we at 10:30. Cruised up and down the river passing Kasane and returned to our mooring in Namibia. On disembarkation we returned to the 'hotbox' Namibian immigration office where the officer told me to come back again. Went down the river to Botswana …
... were actually pretty decent once they got the hang of it. We agreed on no tackles since we didn't have football pads but these kids play pretty rough so the were still pulling each other to the floor, I was trying to avoid being tackled. The guy who asked us to help out is such a nice guy. He does a lot of community work in the area and everyone we passed knew him and seemed to think highly of him. It's awesome to see lots of local people give back to their ...
... consider normal, in the suburbs they carry big baskets on their heads and wear skirts to the floor called chitingays. They wear these over their clothing when they do house work to prevent their clothing from becoming dirty. However there is dirt every where so I'm not sure how much good it does. The women carry heavy things on their heads to get from point a to b which is amazing how much they can carry. The people are as nice as can be and we don't feel in danger ever. We walk ...
So here is another update. Sorry it has taken so long... So two weekends ago (nearly three) I went to Chobe for the weekend. Chobe is in Botswana, so I got another stamp on the passport. There was a group of 11 volunteers who went. We left early Saturday morning & after some fiddling around with getting stamped out of Zambia & then stamped into Botswana we were on our way. We spent the morning crusing the Chobe river. We came across hippos, crocs, ...